KMS Quantum 3525/07 B'Less Motor Quality, performance and value-for-money are all combined to provide electric motors that cover the smallest indoor models right up to sizes that are usually the domain of 50cc petrol engines. There are specialist helicopter motors, those suited to gearboxes and EDF and motors that offer a direct replacement power output for all the popular glow engine sizes. The Quantum 4120/05 for instance would be an ideal choice for a standard trainer like the Irvine Tutor 40.The price and specification are right, so the choice is yours! Specification Length: 44mm Weight: 240g Max. Continuous Current (Amps): 30A Pole: 20 Pole Propeller Range: 12 x 8, 13 x 7, 13 x 8, 14 x 7, 14 x 8 Resistance: 45mohm LiPo: 3-7 cells NiCad/Ni-MH: 8-20 cells Bearings: 3 Diameter: 42mm ESC Timing Degrees: 20-30 (High) I0: 2A (10v) Turns: 7T Max Current: 60A/ 60S Max Efficiency: 85% Shaft dia: 5.00mm
Dornier D017Z (1 Staffel 1 Gruppe KG76) (1:72 scale) - The prototype Do17 was built in 1934 in response to a Lufthansa requirement for a 6-passenger mail plane. However the design was rejected partly due to the slim fuselage which would later give the aircraft its nickname of "The Flying Pencil". However, military interest was shown in the design and it was developed as a medium bomber and long range reconnaissance aircraft. In 1937 Do17Es were sent to Spain and saw action in the Civil War. Combat experience gained during this conflict shaped the further development of the aircraft and in particular the defensive armament was increased and a new nose added. The new variant was the Do17Z and this aircraft saw considerable action during the Battle of Britain in 1940. This aircraft features temporary white bar identification markings to denote an aircraft of 1 Staffel. Based at Beauvais-Tille in Northern France, the aircraft was used for daylight bombing raids over the British Isles in September 1940.
Ray-Ban 3429 Signet SunglassesBlack/ Crystal GreenA quirky mixture between the classic aviator and the iconic wayfarer means the 3429 from Ray-Ban has the finest credentials around. The metal frame gives this sunglass a unique edge and boosts its originality along with a slight clubmaster twist- making this the most up to the minute sunglass for the coming summer.
Great Planes P-51 Mustang .46-70 ARTF (A-GPMA1205) Combat-tough and easy to assemble, this 56" span P-51 combines smooth sport flight habits with looks that evoke edge-of-your-seat warbird excitement. Its two-piece, balsa-sheeted foam wing has been covered in MonoKote film, while the detailed cockpit includes an instrument panel, headrest and "ace" pilot figure. Performance is first-rate, too - whether you install glow or electric power! Great Planes packs plenty of warbird realism into "sport scale". Check out the semi-scale trim scheme, created with Top Flite MonoKote film - and the detailed cockpit with instrument panel, headrest and installed pilot figure! The horizontal and vertical stabilizers are factory-hinged and bolt to the fuselage, aligning automatically. Assembly moves quickly - you can be ready for your first dogfight in a matter of hours. The durable wing is constructed of balsa-sheeted foam, in two sections that assemble quickly and align automatically. It can also be taken apart for easy transport to your favorite flying field. Engineered for strong flight performance rather than precise scale accuracy, the Sport Scale Mustang makes an ideal step up from models such as the Great Planes Escapade or Cherokee. It goes where you point it, with aggressive looks but no bad habits. Specification: Wingspan: 1420mm (56")Length: 1270mm (50") Weight: 3.0 - 3.3 kg (6.5 - 7.25 lb)Servos: 6 Radio System: 5 Ch.IC Engine: .40 - .55 2-Stroke IC Engine: .70 4-StrokeWing Area: 35 dm² (543 in²)