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World's largest Radio Controlled Model Plane. B-29
« on: September 03, 2009, 03:35:16 AM »
Absolutely awesome. Watch the wheels up 'beat up' of the airfield and then the landing.
These aircraft are very valuable. I'd hate to take the responsibility of having to tell my wife I'd totalled it.
Note the two control units in case one fails.
Fantastic guys.
In fact these aircraft are so big that they are getting towards a danger to life and property if they crashed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmKdA6L_MWk&NR=1

Then watch this B-29 drop launch the X-15. Note the 4 bladed props.

http://ca.video.yahoo.com/watch/470744/2570774
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Re: WORLD'S LARGEST RADIO CONTROLLED MODEL PLANE. B-29
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2009, 04:56:57 AM »
Too bad about the engine noise though, if only they could fix that. Also watched the C-17, huge as well and the jet or fan engines sound better compared to the mad little propellor engines.

Pretty cool renactment with the X-1, hehe. But now I want to see a B-52 with a X-15.  ;D
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