|Oct 05, 2007, 10:36 PM|
Granby, CT, USA
Joined Jan 2001
Guillow's Aeronca Champ
I am well aware of this model as-designed being seriously overweight - - - but does the design itself warrant serious kitbashing so as to wind up with an r/c airplane? I've owned the kit for twenty years, its cost base is zero as I see it. I don't have to worry about wasting my money, that was done a long time ago.
The conversation earlier this week about its somewhat small cousin got me to wondering.
|Oct 07, 2007, 08:56 PM|
Try an enlarge version! I did! I'm in the middle of the build now.
Spec's: 50" wing span, FFF Blue core formers and ribs, balsa stringers on fuse,
balsa LE,TE and stringers on wing. 20 lb printing paper for covering.
Light and easy to work with.
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