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delboy271155
#1 Posted : 06 February 2021 17:43:22

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When do you know if your model is "Super Scale" ? Blink Blink

Answer: When it needs a real Hanger and Runway. Drool Drool

Here`s a video of a 10 Metre long Concorde (33+ feet in English or old size). Cool Cool Cool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P0ByxIymYg

Cost ?

More than I care to imagine, but WOW.


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Markwarren
#2 Posted : 06 February 2021 19:11:16

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Wow and I thought some of my builds were big.Love
I would be scared stiff to fly that in case I crashed it.

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#3 Posted : 06 February 2021 20:37:54

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Err... makes my 1/4 scale Williams look miniature...LOL LOL LOL
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#4 Posted : 07 February 2021 11:04:16

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A very interesting video, did you notice as he was bringing the concord into land he was performing a space shuttle S roll to bleed off speed. I think an ejection system for the engines would be necessary given that they usually cost more than the kit. 😀
Kev the Modeller
#5 Posted : 07 February 2021 18:18:54

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That is a seriously impressive model and looked very stable in flight, which was probably due to the large size of the model and it's inherently large wing area. Love the camera view from underneath the fuselage when the undercarriage was raised and lowered. I also loved the sheer look of relief on the pilots' face when he successfully landed it after the maiden flight!

Awesome! Cool

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