Cambria WW2 Fun Fighters (easy to build kits and fast to fly

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Cambria WW2 Fun Fighters (easy to build kits and fast to fly

Postby Dominicm » Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:00 pm

The Fun Fighters are always a highlight of any Show they take part in. I've seen them at several shows this year and with Daren Graham and Mark Aubrey leading them they can't but fail to have fun and put on an entertaining flying slot for the public. These are small, fast and easy to build WW2 kits available from www.funfighters.co.uk. Here's a vid of these awesome models in action.

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Re: Cambria WW2 Fun Fighters (easy to build kits and fast to

Postby Spitfire » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:42 am

Noisy smelly things IC engines are ;) :p

They should try what I did - go all electric .... B-)

You go to the field with a transmitter - a model and 2 or 3 batteries - that's all ...

You plug in - switch on - and fly \:D/ Then switch off and go home B-)

No messy fuel - noisy exhaust - tweaking needles - and worst of all sticky smelly oil residue on the model :ymdevil:

Here's an electric Cambrian Fun Fighter

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Re: Cambria WW2 Fun Fighters (easy to build kits and fast to

Postby Dominicm » Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:45 pm

I think it's fun either way buddy. I went totally electric about 10 years ago...and have just started getting back into engines. Got a 35% Extra 330 with a 125cc engine that I need to test run. Can't beat the smell and noise. :D
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Re: Cambria WW2 Fun Fighters (easy to build kits and fast to

Postby Spitfire » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:51 pm

Dominicm wrote: Can't beat the smell and noise. :D


Yes you can ... NO smell and noise ;) :p B-)
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