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The '''Airco DH.2''' was a single-seat biplane "Pusher" aircraft, operated as a fighter aircraft during the WWI. It was the second pusher design by Geoffrey de Havilland, based on his earlier Airco DH.1. The DH.2 was the first effectively armed British fighter and enabled Royal Flying Corps pilots to counter the "Fokker Scourge" that had given the Germans the advantage in the air in late 1915. Until the British developed an interrupter gear to match the German system, pushers such as the DH.2 carried the burden of fighting and escort duties.
Special Features:
  • 1.Unique product, only ARF of the DH.2 available on the market
  • 2.Big canopy hatch
  • 3.Scale look and flys good
  • 4.Customer’s options include a scale windshield, Lewis Gun, drum magazine and dashboard
  • 5.Comes with dummy engine


MAXFORD USA produces a variety of models in conventional wood construction. Special attention was paid to the choice of aircraft types in order to offer "slightly different" models than usual. The selection of models also offers some rare items, which are rarely found at model aerodromes. All models are modelled as closely as possible to the original and therefore appear very realistic. Made of plywood-balsa construction covered with high quality foil. Note: Assembly instructions in English!

Technical data

Wing-span : 1270 mm
Weight : approx. 2000g(flying weight)
Rec. Engine : BL Outrunner min. 400W
Control : E,R,M,A
Manufacturer : Maxford USA
Fuselage : Wood
Wings : Wood/ribbed construction
Version : ARF - ALMOST READY TO FLY
Rec. Battery : 3-4S LiXX
Length:
Fly / Build : 22.jpg
Drive Type : Electric
MAXFORD USA produces scale models conventionally out of wood. The models are recreated from the original scale and therefore they appear very realistic. Produced out of Plywood-Balsa, construction covered with high quality foil.

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