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Awesome, simply awesome. Totally inspired off the wall build  :icon_alabanza: :icon_alabanza: :icon_alabanza:

Mog
>^-.-^<
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New Model Kit News/Reviews / Re: MiniArt Plastic Model Kits
« Last post by jcf on Today at 02:47:58 PM »
The kügel would not work for Dakar or Baja, the lack of suspension makes it a non-starter.
You’d go nowhere fast in in even the mildest terrain, in loose sand it’d just dig itself a hole.
The only place it’d somewhat function would be on a dry lake bed, flat hardpan, or wet, compacted
sand. Otherwise, fuggedaboudit.
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Aero-space / Re: Bristol big prop liners: Brabazon, Britannia, ...
« Last post by ysi_maniac on Today at 10:26:07 AM »
Centaurus: 2650hp
2650hp x 8 = 21200hp

Proteus 765: 4450hp
4450hp x 6 = 26700hp
4450hp x 8 = 35600hp <---- almost twice original power  :o :-* ::)
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Aero-space / Re: Bristol big prop liners: Brabazon, Britannia, ...
« Last post by kitnut617 on Today at 09:29:56 AM »
The Brabazon Mk.II was to be powered by eight Proteus engines Carlos, two for each coupled contra-prop and buried in the wing.
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Profiles and Pixels / Re: ysi_maniac's drawings
« Last post by The Big Gimper on Today at 08:07:38 AM »
Nice. Much better design. Not as ugly.  ;)
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Aero-space / Re: P-40 Ideas
« Last post by ysi_maniac on Today at 06:52:52 AM »
IMO P-40Q is absolutely cool. 8) 8) 8)
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New Model Kit News/Reviews / Re: Panda Hobby
« Last post by ysi_maniac on Today at 05:52:50 AM »
I love Buford!
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Profiles and Pixels / Re: ysi_maniac's drawings
« Last post by ysi_maniac on Today at 05:24:17 AM »
Brabazon with 6 Proteus and upscaled Britannia wings

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Aero-space / Bristol big prop liners: Brabazon, Britannia, ...
« Last post by ysi_maniac on Today at 05:21:47 AM »
Brabazon with 6 Proteus and upscaled Britannia wings

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