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First, let me start off by saying that this is NOT a review by me. I am wholly unqualified to put off such a thing, as I am just getting back into model building after decades of not building for various reasons. Anyway, I just happened upon a review like none I have ever seen before, and believe me, over the last 6 months, all I have been doing is researching the kits I hope to build. So I found this Korean page, giving the most thorough and detailed review I have ever seen. The review has more than a dozen photos of the aircraft depicted in the kit, from inside the cockpit, in-fl
He had been on my building list for a long time. The largest French transport helicopter SA 321 Super Frelon was built in 1:35 scale. A Blade 250CFX with a smaller main gear wheel (60 instead of 70 mm) is installed. You can also fly it with other 250 size.
The Bell UH-1 is often built model. The N-version (Twin Huey) I've recently in scale 1: 35 built. It flies with a Blade mCPX BL and longer blades. Even you can fly with a converted Blade 200SRX with the main frame of Rakonheli or with the size of WLToy V977 or Align Trex 150.