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Published on Jul 11, 2014
David Andersen's latest design offering is an Exact 1/5th Scale Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu. Suitable for R/C competition, a museum static display and/or everyday enjoyment at your R/C flying field! A variety of unique Scale Paint Schemes were documented that allows you to build a one of a kind aircraft for yourself!
In December 1937 the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force issued a requirement for a two-seat, twin engine heavy fighter. A design team headed by Tako Doi went to work and came up with an aircraft not dissimilar to the Messerschmitt Bf 110 ... the Kawasaki Ki-15 Toryu. The word Toryu means 'Dragon Killer', which was the purpose of this aircraft who's specific design was intended to be a superior night fighter for Japan's home defense against US bombers.
David's 1/5th Scale design is an excellent flyer with stable flight and landing characteristics. The aircraft can be powered by two 50cc gas motors but a few flyers are building theirs with equivalent electric motors.
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