I absolutely love your Flip Flop aircraft, so that is definitely my choice.
that is definitely the coolest sounding RC airplane I have ever seen or heard! at first, I was sure that that is a full size aircraft, based on the sound of its engine at idle. and when I saw it taking off, I thought that must be the most nimble full size aircraft I've ever seen! I had to read the description to figure out that it's actually an RC aircraft! absolutely stunning!Here`s a nice vid.>>>>>>>>
Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. It`s a "Kolm" inline engine 4 cyl. (which I think you saw) they`re pretty bad a$$ engines. made in Germany. You should google them. Also, there are other vids. of other R/C Galloping Ghost planes out there, as well as vids. of other planes that have Kolm engines in them.
Oh my gosh. if only somebody could make a RealFlight sound profile from that!!!!
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based on the description in that video, this is likely the engine, since it is the inline 4 cylinder on their website:
they don't show a price for that engine on their website that I noticed. I estimated that it would be at least $1,000, but I really have no idea.
The Galloping Ghost wing does seem to be wider than a normal P-51. The wing is clipped so that might be why it looks wider. I'm not sure if it is wider or looks wider because of it being clipped.it sure looks like the RC galloping ghost in that video has wider wings than regular P-51s. In other words, the the cross section seems longer from front to back.
what do you guys think? here is a P-51 from the warbird registry:
and here are screenshots from the video above shared by by UT:
I'm second-guessing myself.