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Old Mar 18, 2007, 08:09 AM
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Sopwith Camel Park Flyer

as you can see from the pic the fusealodge has ben coverd with wing film tape for wattage nolonger sells this kit so this is very rare . retails org for $84.95 im asking 65 dollers shipped in the us pay pal Sopwith Camel Biplane (EP Foam Slow Flyer)
The Watt-Age Sopwith Camel Biplane (Slow Flyer)
Awesome Performance - Awesome Price
Go slow with style! In the early days of aviation, the biplane was the standard. It offered great wing area to reduce the overall wing loading that made flight possible. You will enjoy the Camel with its amazing 4.5 ounce wingloading and awesome slow flight performance.
Equipment needed:
3 channel radio wtih micro airborne
5 Amp ESC (Electronic Speed Control)
6 cell, 270 mAH Ni-Cd; or for more flight time 6 cell, 800 5/4AAA Ni-MH pack (No.128534)
Charger (Wattage PF-12 Reommended 130108)
Features:
Included 370 motor and matching gearbox and 10" prop.
Will work with all commonly available 5-15 amp ESC's, micro servos and micro receivers.
Easy to build and repair simple foam construction.
Fiberglass Wing Spars included.
Removable wings.
Detachable wood struts.
Detailed instruction manual.
Specifications:
Wing Span (same for both): 38 inches
Wing Area: 475 sq. inches
Length Overall: 25 inches
Weight, ready to fly: (approx) 13-15 ounces
Wing Loading: (approx) 4-4.5 ounces per square foot
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