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Dec 08, 2016, 10:28 AM
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Wolverine RC RG


Hi all, I've just completed test flights and instructions for the latest kit and probably the last new one I'll be able to produce for a while until I can find a good alternate foam replacement. I have enough parts for about 10-12 of these kits.

Instructions at: http://www.dynasoarrocketry.com/wolv...tructions.html

The Wolverine is based loosely on the old Estes Wolverine rocket, this has a heavy duty 3" tube body, through the body wing and tail and elevon control. 11 oz rtf for the venerable 24mm E-6RC rocket motor. Comes with tube already slotted, wing and tail spars installed and control surfaces hinged. 25" long, 32" wingspan. Stickershock did a great set of decals for me, I added just the tail and wingtip accents and the little black wing walk portions myself.

This design is similar to my Mach 2 kit, but by using a smaller tube, mid mounting the wing and removing the T-tail I was able to make the construction simpler and stronger and it will now fit it into my regular shipping boxes.

Construction is simple, unfold and glue the wing, install the small spar, insert the wing and glue in place. Glue the vertical stab in place, insert and glue in the pre-assembled motor mount and install the electronics and balance. As normal, rail buttons are included as standard unless you want a launch lug. Rail buttons are mounted slightly to the side so that they do not get caught on anything when belly landing.

Hope you all have a great holiday, it's been great fun creating these kits for you all and hope you are having as much flying them as i am.

Here is a video showing how easily it is to assemble:
How to assemble a Dynasoar Rocketry Wolverine RC RG Kit (36 min 19 sec)


Here's the flight video:

Dynasoar Rocketry Wolverine RC Rocket glider flights (2 min 27 sec)
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