Screaming Eagle RC
BREAKING NEWS! Bandits released
Our Screaming Eagle technicians have many years experience in the aerospace, RC and UAV industry. we use conventional model building skills as well as composite fabrication disciplines to create unique aircraft designs that merge form and function. We are excited to share our experiences with unmanned and RC aircraft. We are here to help you in getting started with a basic trainer or assist you with your next composite aircraft project.
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P-51 Speed Plane
The quality craftsmanship and a proven design are back. A tough, durable combat aircraft design for Open B RC combat!
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Screaming eagle RC is now offering pre-built / pre covered wings for the Bandit and Tuff Skull.
The wings are pre-covered with ailerons attached and comes in two parts. The wings are covered with the tough, durable ripstop nylon. You join the two wing halves, install the servo mount, wing joiners and tape the center center section with bi-directional tape and you are ready to fly! Color choices in covering vary but currently are offered in Florescent green, Florescent orange and Florescent Pink.
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Welcome to Screaming Eagle RC!
Screaming Eagles history is deeply rooted in Radio Controlled combat and Radio controlled flight since 1981.
The popular Skull Bandit aircraft along with the GoDevil are available!
The Skull Bandit is the combination of the best design elements of Open “B” class radio control combat airplanes in the spring of 2002. The Bandit utilizes a profile fuselage created from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). The components of the fuselage are CNC routed, and then the finishing touches are hand crafted and inspected. It’s unique, and we think very attractive shape combine form and function. The fuselage hump over the wing which we call the “launch handle”, serves not only as a place to hold for hand launching but securely locks the wing into the fuselage. The fuselage is only as thick or wide as is needed to survive even the worst strikes and mid-air collisions.