|Feb 15, 2004, 02:37 PM|
Jws Zero to Rufe conversion
I done it!
thanks to all buddies that helped me with the float step positioning, I successfully converter my foamie Gws Zero to "Rufe" sailplane. The main float is a light balsa structure covered with light film, while wing floats are sculptured from foam and then glassed. the plane weights 450 grams, and with a Brushless Axi 2208/26 has enough power for all aerobatics.
Until now, I tested it on land only, but next weekend I plan to try it into water.
If somebody is interested, here is a thread about Gws zero/Rufe conversion:
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