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Hawker Sea Fury

Propeller-driven Beauty from Hobbyking

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Eamonn Fahey04/02/2015 12:36:55
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Look what has just arrived in Hobbykings UK Warehouse. yes

Tony Read 204/02/2015 13:16:57
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Wow, very, very nice, and its in stock! teeth 2 Unlike the Lancaster of course.sad

The Wright Stuff04/02/2015 13:46:35
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Is the five blade prop a record for a RTF model? I can't see it being very efficient!

Dizz04/02/2015 15:10:41
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Noticed it this morning and it immediately made it to the top of my "have to have" list. After a slight issue with the HK site not progressing all the way through the check out process, one is now on it's way to Cornwall smiley

Pete B - Moderator04/02/2015 16:08:53
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Posted by The Wright Stuff on 04/02/2015 13:46:35:


Is the five blade prop a record for a RTF model? I can't see it being very efficient!

Could well be, TWS, but it wouldn't be the first foamy SF with one. I recall Matt Halton, who used to post here, made a 5-blade prop for his E-Flite Sea Fury a few years back. I can't find a build thread anywhere for it but there is a short thread with some pics and vids on RCG.

Here's one of the videos. Seemed to fly OK and looked rather good!:


Tim Reeves04/02/2015 16:18:06
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Saw this plane at the Hobby king show last year, very nice. Put it on my must have list smiley

PatMc04/02/2015 16:27:27
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The claim "... Hawker Sea Fury, the last propeller driven airplane to serve in the Royal Navy." is wrong of course. wink 2

Mike Etheridge 104/02/2015 18:13:15
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I have just been on the Web-site and was offered the plane on a one off basis for £154---I resisted but would like one as my 84 year old brother worked at Hawkers on the Sea Fury.

Josip Vrandecic -Mes04/02/2015 20:34:20
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Hi All ,
Spec : Wingspan: 1200mm
Length: 1100mm
Weight: 2100g ,
is another confirmation of the opinion that people from urban areas, with a shortage of space and small cars , buy these models.
I have two: Durafly Spit 24 and P-51, which are very similar to the aforementioned the Sea Fury.

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