After you earn your wings, and get experience flying the electric remote control airplanes, maybe it’s time to venture into the RC NITRO planes hobby experience. You’ll get an added jolt of remote control pleasure when you take the controls of a liquid fuel powered bird.
You won’t find as many different models of airplanes in the “gas” lineup as you found in electric styles. But once that engine fires up your adrenaline level will skyrocket. And your heart will start pumping with the excitement that comes with the sound of a NITRO remote control planes motor.
Even though the different models are low in numbers you still have a nice selection of missions.
When you want to patrol the skies for enemy aircraft you’ll find military aircraft ready to make you happy. These models are just right for taking the enemy out in a dogfight. Take a journey into history with some World War II fighting birds, and fill the sky with battle.
Start your war with a reproduction of the famous P40 Warhawk. As the U.S. Army’s primary war bird the P40 was the epitome of intimidation with its shark mouth painted on the nose.
This aircraft fought so well that many of the allied air forces enlisted it, starting with England.
Add to your aviation fighting fleet with the P-51 Mustang. The P-51 helped establish air superiority for the allied forces during World War II. This plane also knocked more than 4,000 German aircraft out of the air.
The P-51 served multiple allied air forces. Its main function was fighter-bomber. It also provided escort during bombing missions over Germany.
This fighter served all the way into the beginning of the Korean War. During that conflict the new jet fighters replaced the P-51 as the fighter craft of choice for the United Nations.
After the Korean War, Mustangs converted to civilian use, mostly flown in races.
When it comes to military RC NITRO planes no battle is complete without an enemy fighter.
Set your dogfight action up with a Focke-Wulf FW-190 German war bird. This was the fastest, and most dangerous fighter craft of World War II.
If your flying fancy navigates you away from war perhaps aerobatic stunts is for you.
Stage your own air shows with a selection of three different NITRO Aerobatic Planes. Fly loops and rolls. Perform high speed climbing stalls. Compete with your stunt plane against other planes, and see who performs the most amazing aerobatic maneuvers. Impress the neighborhood crowd with your aerobatic skills.
Patrol the forest on fire watch with an OV-10 Bronco. This NITRO turboprop plane initially served as a light attack/observation craft for the Marines. But this airplane’s design makes it ideal for fire fighter reconnaissance.
If you’re ready to graduate to RC NITRO planes you have a wide selection of models waiting for you. All that’s left is to decide which NITRO remote control airplanes you’ll fly first, and start having fun.