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Official FMS 1500mm P-47D Razorback Thread

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  • "I really like those markings, MrSmoothie! Every part of the model is finished well, from the overall surfaces to the pilot, markings, and ordnance. I love how the stock FMS P-47 flies, but given all that you've already done to it, you might as well mod it for the larger prop, also."

    Thanks A.M.!

    I have decided to try the power upgrade. I've found a NIB FMS 5060 360kv and will have the 1700mm prop in hand tomorrow. Upgrading the ESC as well. I think it'll look better, and the few videos I've seen with the change were very impressive.

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    • Wow...one hell of a plane. Just got it together and ran it through the first flights. Seems a little on the slow side until you go to land or do a close fly by..floats onto the tarmac like a dream.

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      • Hi, I am new to this and was wondering if anyone is using a Spektrum transmitter and if so what settings they are using for flaps and rates, Thanks

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        • Hi guys

          i want you to show my wonderful p 47 d razorback "TONY"

          My favorite sheme on this plane

          the last thing i must do is the weathering

          regards from austria

          ​​​​​​​Rob

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          • Very nice and Welcome to the Squawk tirolguy! The background is beautiful and so is the plane,it looks like a full scale P-47 sitting there.

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            • Originally posted by boomer108 View Post
              Very nice and Welcome to the Squawk tirolguy! The background is beautiful and so is the plane,it looks like a full scale P-47 sitting there.
              Thanks a lot.

              Regards from Austria

              Rob

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              • This plane is a joy to fly. I'll be glad when they get some parts in since mine decided to take a nosedive into the ground. Click image for larger version

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