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Old Sep 16, 2008, 01:32 PM
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Originally Posted by jetset44
Sure, if built larger but similarly the wing loading would get even lighter and the model would get slower and easier to fly. Doubling the plans would result in a LARGE airplane for a foam model, but it'll work. Keep in mind the wing loading on this bird is only 8 oz/sq ft as is, which is light even by parkflyer standards! So this model slows down quite well already at the current size, I think. But it'll be even easier to fly at double the size.

Great double scale it'll be. As I said I already have the templates printed. I will start on it as soon as I finish the two I am working on now (maybe before ). I can't seem to get one finished before I find another to build at this rate I will never learn to fly them. I will have a huge hanger before I learn to fly.
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