|Mar 07, 2002, 07:35 PM|
San Diego, CA
Joined Apr 2001
Trader Rating: 21
Bought new from Dymond at the MWE for E conversion, paid $290, but never touched.. Excellent quality, far better than most (built by Hacker, I think)... see pics on the Dymond web page http://www.rc-dymond.com/. Here's the specs:
TIGER MOTH ARF AEROBATIC BIPLANE
Beautifully crafted ARF for Two Stroke or Fourstroke Engines.
Excellent flying characteristics. Almost no down trim necessary for inverted flying. Good pre-balance requires no weight to achieve proper CG. Balsa and plywood construction with aluminum wing struts. Pre-assigned anchor holes for struts make for precise and accurate assembly. Even the servo extension leads are built into the wings. Keyed slots for easy tail feather assembly. Prebent and painted metal cabane struts and landing gear. Uses
std size servos (5 required). 4 Ailerons for rapid roll rate.
Even the Y servo connector harness is included, and the pushrods are already installed.
Yellow and Black Oracover covering material. Pre-painted Fiberglas motor cowling. Epoxy coated engine compartment. Motor mount already installed. Fast assembly. Superb looking airplane. Precise to fly, Capable of most aerobatic maneuvers.
Wingspan 72", Weight 159 oz, Wing Area 1400 sq in, Motor .91 Twostroke/Fourstroke, 8 hours building time.
Asking $225 plus shipping, Email me at email@example.com for questions.
Last edited by dbarrym; Mar 12, 2002 at 12:18 PM.
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