RR in-line 12 cylinder
2- 7.7 mm
26 ft. 9 in.
30 ft. 0 in.
The Hawker Fury was one of the most maneuverable, responsive, easy to fly fighter aircraft of its day. Its in-line 12 cylinder Rolls Royce engine provided relatively high speed, good acceleration, and an excellent rate of climb.
The Hawker Fury was the first RAF fighter to exceed 200 mph in level flight, and the first RAF interceptor fighter. It was one of the easiest handling airplanes for formation flying and that made it an air show favorite with pilots and spectators alike.
The Hawker Fury was the primary fighter of the RAF from 1932 through 1937, when it was replaced in front line service by more modern aircraft. Thereafter some remained in service with the RAF as trainers through 1939.
About a third of Hawker Fury aircraft produced were exported to British allies around the world. A number were still in service with Yugoslavia during the German invasion of the country in April of 1941. The British built fighters fared poorly against modern Luftwaffe warbirds.
A total of some 275 Hawker Fury aircraft of all types were produced.
Manzano Laser Works has a RC Hawker Fury kit. It has a wingspan of 32 in. and a length of 27 in. A geared GWS EPS 350 motor is the recommended power. All up weight is 1 lb. 3 oz.
Cleveland Models & Supply has plans for sale of the RC Hawker Fury in wingspans of 15, 23, 30 1/2, 46, 61 and a giant scale 92 inches.
Airborne Magazine has plans for sale of a RC Hawker Fury. It has a wingspan of 30 in. Power can come from a TD .09 engine.
Peter Rake has RC Hawker Fury plans for sale. These are for a sport model with a 33 in. wingspan. Weight is about 1 lb. 3 oz. with a geared Speed 400 size motor.
Replikit has a Hawker Fury kit for sale with a 25 1/2 in. wingspan for rubber power. It has been converted to radio control.