|May 12, 2014, 12:19 PM|
Sterling PT-17 64 inch
Recently I was given a Sterman that had been built many years ago
it is a nice build with horrid covering someone covered it with tissue and painted with latex house paint.
The bell crank is something to see made from 3/32 plywood
and looked like it has a radial engine mount for something no bigger then a 19.
If anyone is interested in this restoration I am taking pictures along the way
|May 12, 2014, 05:49 PM|
The engine size to model size is understandable for the time period it was built in. My first 4 channel RC trainer called for a .15 to .19 on the plans but when I bought it used the plane had a 35 in it. The last time I saw it there was a 60 up front!
The big advantage of over powering a model is so that it arrives at the crash site quicker.
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