Dare Ki-61-II Tony

Dare Ki-61-II Tony by Brodak

Quick Overview

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Quick Overview

Multiple FAC contest winning design. Her real moment of glory was at Muncie Nat. in 1998 when she bested all other comers in 20 mph winds to win WWII hands down. She finally went MIA after a two mile chase at the Muncie FAC Nats.


Wing Span: 31.12" Plane Length: 24.12" Wing Area: 144 sq. in.


Introduced in 1943, the "Tony" saw constant action against the allied advanced.

Additional Information

SKU DA-127

Kit Features

True Scale All Laser-Cut Parts Weight: 3 oz. (87 gr.) Power: 4 cannel RC, 4-450 Outrunners Scale: .08:12" This Kawasaki Ki-61 "Tony" is one of two new true scale releases, featuring all Laser Cut Parts and includes FAI contest rubber, prop & related parts, wire, covering, etc. A few of the really unique features of this Dare/Midkiff design includes: Canopy constructed from sheet acetate allows for open or closed version Strong, light box fuselage construction with scale stab and rudder airfoil for warp resistance Large removable nose block facilitates accurate thrust line changes Full cantilever wing spar design Simple, straightforward wing fillet design
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