The F-4 is an iconic model judging from its colorful history and was produced for over 20 years until the last US F-4 drone was retired in 2016.
This twin turbine
Taken at the Jet Power 2019 event in Genderkingen/Donauwörth, Germany, this twin turbine-powered plane offers enhanced simulation and flight performance. For its construction, it used traditional balsa, plywood, and lite-ply. It also features metal shock absorbers and retractable landing gears for great crash resistance.
The model has a scale of 1/6, a length of 2.5 meters, and a wing span of 1.5 meters. Its take-off weight is 20 kg. Another fascinating thing about it is the unmistakable sound of a turbine- it’s powered by two turbine JetCat P-130 turbine engines.
The turbine engine fascinates by the smell of kerosene accompanied by the unmistakable sound of a turbine.It also includes a gigh scale flap system, front flap and back flap, improving the safety when taking off and landing.
What do you think about the Skymaster Phantom F4? Do you think it’s impressive?