EPP Swift S1 For Sale - RC Groups
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Apr 01, 2003, 01:13 AM
Joe Falconer
Joe Falconer
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[RCSE] EPP Swift S1 For Sale



Just wanted you to know that we have completed and tested the
Swift S1 and we’re ready to take orders. This is a great flying
glider. With a small profile it is fast and fully aerobatic.

Specs:
Length-34"
Span-70"
Airfoil-RG15
WL-~9-11 oz / sq foot
Material- EPP and balsa tail section

Side Note:
I live in the Rocky Mountains near Winter Park ski resort and most
of the flying sites in the winter I have to hike to. This means a
full backpack, snowshoes and the works. When I built the Swift I
wanted a plane that was durable (so EPP), transportable and fun to
fly. I built the wings to come apart and the horizontal stab to
unscrew from the fuselage. The entire glider fits into my
backpack I tested this glider in heavy winds (50 + kts) on top
of a 12,000 ft peak... Berthoud Pass! This is extreme flying at
its best. The Swift handled beautifully. Very predictable and
stable! Penetrated well with no ballast. The Swift was easy to
fly and performed all my favorite aerobatics.

Take a Look
www.falconairrc.com

Thanks for your support,

Joe Falconer
Falcon Air RC
www.falconairrc.com
(970) 726-7126



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