Resources

Welcome to our resource center. Here you will find all of the support information that we have on our products and some full size aircraft reference material as well.

RCV Section - FAQ information that we have collected from RCV, customers and our own experience. Also in downloadable formats below. For user comments, pictures and candid opinions on RCV engines see straight talk.

Info Section - Articles on glue "tips", converting models to tailwheel configuration.

Links - sites that we think are helpful or interesting

Flair - PT-17 Project and Review coming soon

Piper Tomahawk full scale gallery - lots of photos of Tomahawks with many detail shots to help achieve that scale effect!

DHC-1 Chipmunk Gallery- lots of photos of two Chipmunks at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton. Plenty of detail to assist the model builder. We Gratefully acknowledge the CWH Museum for the opportunity to photograph the Chipmunks an recommend a visit to this fine tribute to our military aviation history.

Customer Gallery- your pictures

Skyraider Gallery - a Skyraider model flies with the RCV 90SP and four blade APC prop. See the video too!

New!! Canadian Aircraft Markings, about size and placement and how to research to give that scale model some extra authenticity.

Part II Applying markings.

Video ...see and hear the RCV engine flying.

Right click on the highlighted links below and "save target as" to download to your computer. If you have high speed connection you may be able to just click on the link without downloading.2 minutes of video

Video of RCV90-SP flying in the Global Skyraider -Windows Media file 3mb

Video of RCV90-SP flying in the Global Skyraider - AVI file 10mb

Video of RCV60-SP flying in the Airsail Tomahawk - wmv file .7mb

Video of RCV60-SP flying in the Airsail Tomahawk - mpeg file 6.9mb

Downloads

See our RCV 90SP powered Skyraider in the Skyraider Gallery

See Wayne Haldenby's RCV powered Delta in customer gallery.

Sequence of photos showing our method of glassing a balsa wing.

We welcome your comments; contact us

Updated February 25, 2005