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The Hawker Sea Fury is a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker. It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single piston-engined aircraft ever built.[2] Developed during the Second World War, the Sea Fury entered service two years after the war ended. The Sea Fury proved to be a popular aircraft with a number of overseas militaries, and was used during the Korean War in the early 1950s, as well as against the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba.

The Sea Fury's development was formally initiated in 1943 in response to a wartime requirement of the RAF, thus the aircraft was initially named Fury. As the Second World War drew to a close, the RAF cancelled their order for the aircraft; however, the Royal Navy saw the type as a suitable carrier aircraft to replace a range of increasingly obsolete or poorly suited aircraft being operated by the Fleet Air Arm. Development of the Sea Fury proceeded, and the type began entering operational service in 1947.  More...
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Wing Span : 40" - 1020 mm
Motor Option 2 : Turnigy 2836/8 1100 Kv
Motor Option 3 :  DYS 1120KV 2-4S Brushless Motor
Propeller : 10x6, or 9x6 3 blade
ESC Option 1 : Turnigy 30  AMP Plush
Battery :  2200 mah 3S Lipo
Servo Option 1 : Turnigy THX 900 9g
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Hawker Tempest

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The Hawker Tempest was a British fighter aircraft primarily used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the Second World War. The Tempest was an improved derivative of the Hawker Typhoon, intended to address problems with the Typhoon's unexpected low performance by replacing its wing with a much thinner laminar flow design. It emerged as one of the most powerful fighters used during the war.
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Wing Span : 40" - 1020 mm
Motor Option 2 : Turnigy 2836/8 1100 Kv
Motor Option 3 :  DYS 1120KV 2-4S Brushless Motor
Propeller : 10x6, or 9x6 3 blade
ESC Option 1 : Turnigy 30  AMP Plush
Battery :  2200 mah 3S Lipo
Servo Option 1 : Turnigy THX 900 9g
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The Boulton Paul Defiant was a British interceptor aircraft that served with the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Second World War. The Defiant was designed and built byBoulton Paul Aircraft as a "turret fighter", without any forward-firing guns. It was a contemporary of the Royal Navy's Blackburn Roc. The concept of a turret fighter related directly to the successful First World War-era Bristol F.2 Fighter.

In combat, the Defiant was found to be reasonably effective at its intended task of destroying bombers but was vulnerable to the Luftwaffe's more manoeuvrable, single-seatMesserschmitt Bf 109 fighters. The lack of forward-firing armament proved to be a great weakness in daylight combat and its potential was only realized when it was converted tonight fighting.[1] It was supplanted in the night fighter role by the Bristol Beaufighter and de Havilland Mosquito. The Defiant found use in gunnery training, target towing,electronic countermeasures and air-sea rescue. Among RAF pilots it had the nickname "Daffy".
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Wing Span : 40" - 1020 mm
Motor Option 2 : Turnigy 2836/8 1100 Kv
Motor Option 3 :  DYS 1120KV 2-4S Brushless Motor
Propeller : 10x6, or 9x6 3 blade
ESC Option 1 : Turnigy 30  AMP Plush
Battery :  2200 mah 3S Lipo
Servo Option 1 : Turnigy THX 900 9g
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Hawker Hurricane

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The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was designed and predominantly built byHawker Aircraft Ltd for the Royal Air Force (RAF). Although overshadowed by the Supermarine Spitfire, the aircraft became renowned during the Battle of Britain, accounting for 60% of the RAF's air victories in the battle, and served in all the major theatres of the Second World War.
 
The 1930s design evolved through several versions and adaptations, resulting in a series of aircraft which acted as fighters, bomber-interceptors, fighter-bombers (also called "Hurribombers") and ground support aircraft. Further versions known as the Sea Hurricane had modifications which enabled operation from ships. Some were converted as catapult-launched convoy escorts, known as "Hurricats". More than 14,583 Hurricanes were built by the end of 1944 (including at least 800 converted to Sea Hurricanes[3] and some 1,400 built in Canada by Canadian Car and Foundry). More...
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Wing Span : 40" - 1020 mm
Motor Option 2 : Turnigy 2836/8 1100 Kv
Motor Option 3 :  DYS 1120KV 2-4S Brushless Motor
Propeller : 10x6, or 9x6 3 blade
ESC Option 1 : Turnigy 30  AMP Plush
Battery :  2200 mah 3S Lipo
Servo Option 1 : Turnigy THX 900 9g
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The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries before, during and after the Second World War. The Spitfire was built in many variants, using several wing configurations, and was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft. It was also the only British fighter to be in continuous production throughout the war. The Spitfire continues to be popular among enthusiasts, with approximately 53 Spitfires being airworthy, while many more are static exhibits in aviation museums throughout the world. More...
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Wing Span : 40" - 1020 mm
Motor Option 2 : Turnigy 2836/8 1100 Kv
Motor Option 3 :  DYS 1120KV 2-4S Brushless Motor
Propeller : 10x6, or 9x6 3 blade
ESC Option 1 : Turnigy 30  AMP Plush
Battery :  2200 mah 3S Lipo
Servo Option 1 : Turnigy THX 900 9g
$1.00 USD
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