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#1 CardiacKid74 May 23, 2012 08:17 PM

Scat cat plans
 
Anyone have a set of scat cat plans to scale they want to sell?

#2 ScorpionRacing May 24, 2012 07:02 AM

You have mail!

#3 shootnstarz Jul 31, 2012 07:17 PM

I'd like a set of these plans also if anybody has a set to sell.

Rick

#4 ScorpionRacing Aug 01, 2012 07:49 AM

I have a hi-res PDF scan of the plans (to scale) that prints on a 48" x 36" (Arch E Special) sheet. It is too large a PDF to post, but I will send it to you thru email, if you give me your email address.

Scott Smith - 86t
NMPRA District 7 VP
SEMPRA President

#5 war dog May 07, 2013 08:48 AM

hi can you send me a set of planes I have ben trying to get lone star balsa to start making them again but no luck my email wardog5555@comcast.net

#6 cpaine May 08, 2013 09:49 AM

Electric Scat Cat
 
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The ScatCat use to be the "go to" in our racing circuit, until the vtails took over.
Dad and i found this kit at a swap meet last year, and he made it electric...
Its your standard EF-1 set up.
E-flite 25 (nmpra approved motor)
4s 2600mah LiPo
60amp esc
Oh, and for ships and giggles.... he put retracts on it :cool:
plane goes fast, easy to build, and if you ask me... that should be your enrty level racer....

#7 SpadCat2000 May 08, 2013 06:49 PM

I agree, it should be the plane to start racing with. In the mid 90's, I started a "Slo-Quickee" event at our club using the Scat Cat powered by K&B .28s. We used a 2 pylon circuit and the racers stood in the middle but outside of the flight path. Had a judge to mark cuts at each pylon also safely outside the flight path. It was amazing how good we got in guessing where to wrap the Scat Cats around the pylons without cutting.

I still have a .40 powered Scat Cat now, ready to fly.

SpadCat

#8 TheBlood+ May 10, 2013 02:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cpaine (Post 24938195)
The ScatCat use to be the "go to" in our racing circuit, until the vtails took over.
Dad and i found this kit at a swap meet last year, and he made it electric...
Its your standard EF-1 set up.
E-flite 25 (nmpra approved motor)
4s 2600mah LiPo
60amp esc
Oh, and for ships and giggles.... he put retracts on it :cool:
plane goes fast, easy to build, and if you ask me... that should be your enrty level racer....

That Scatty your dad built rocks Cory, I really like how it looks and flys!:eek::D

#9 flyingfitz737 May 15, 2013 09:34 PM

Back in the day as a joke I mounted a piped Rossi 81 on a Scat Cat. It used maple beam mounts that went to the back of the wing saddle. The stock nose was cut off a little in front of the leading edge. The engine was mounted upright with expansion pipe running down the top on the centerline. After it was built we had to try and fly it. As you could imagine the power was incredible. It basically flew the same speed no matter which way it was pointed. Engine torque was very evident in the up line. If i can find a pic i will post it. Love the scat cat!

#10 SpadCat2000 May 16, 2013 12:50 PM

You shoulda renamed it the "Scalded Cat"...:D

SpadCat

#11 bishtanoop May 25, 2013 02:30 AM

Sorry I don't have anyone right now bust also want to purchase.


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