The next generation of super fast toys is here, and they're being put together piece by piece at Hobby People in Lake Forest.
The remote-control planes and cars of yesteryear have been replaced by faster, quieter, less polluting models, says manager Mark Silzle.
Hobby People's speed demons include a remote-control car that clocks in at 100 mph, but that's not the fastest toy in the store.
To see the quickest toy in action, you have to look up. The Phase 3 Squall is a hand-launched jet propelled by an electric duct fan. And it flies at 120 mph.
Not bad for a jet made from foam.
If you're worried about such a fast object in the hands of just anyone, don't be. Flying them legally requires a license from the Academy of Model Aeroneutronics, Silzle said.
Check out the video above to see Silzle explain what it feels like to fly this bird.
Silzle is part of the Orange Coast Radio Control Club, one of the state's oldest RC clubs. It has 400 members, Silzle said. You can catch the club in action from sunrise to sunset every day of the week at the Great Park, opposite the hot air balloon.