Newest - Kawasaki Ki-45
a Proven Award Winner is an Exact 1/5th Scale Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu.
Suitable for competition, museum static display and everyday enjoyment at your flying field. This 1/5th Scale design has a 120" wingspan, is an
excellent flyer with stable flight and landing
characteristics. The aircraft can be powered by
two 50cc gas motors and a few flyers are building theirs with
equivalent electric motors. Micko Aircraft & Accessories has the
Fiberglass & Vacuum formed parts available! ...
... 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 stands for "Dragon Killer", which was the purpose of these aircraft who's
specific design was to be a superior night fighter for home defense against US
Andersen Designs aircraft plans are true scale
representations of there full size counterparts. Each design has proven
flight characteristics that not only are a joy to fly but allow Scale Modelers
to Enlarge or Reduce David's design plans to achieve their desired Scale Aircraft Size!
In addition to his new Kawasaki Ki-45 "Nick',
1/4 Scale Mitsubishi Ki-15 "Babs",
1/5th Scale Focke Wulf TA152H,
1/4 Scale Lavochkin La-7, 1/3rd Scale Grumman Lynx, 1/3rd
Scale Howard Pete and the
1/5th scale ARADO 96B. You've seen David's Designs
in various R/C Magazines and
Scale Events Worldwide and ...
you can still download
his plans at