Dumas Bonanza Model 35, kit# 318.
I just got the Dumas Bonanza Model 35, kit# 318. I plan to build this as an RC electric this winter. Am I the first, or is there someone else who has already done this?
I have very little information about this kit (even though its in my hands!) I need to know:
* What is the actual flying weight built as rubber power?
* What is the total ready to fly weight I should not exceed? (Oz./ sq. ft. will only help if it also comes with the wing area of this model...)
* Motor/ prop. / battery combination suggestions?
* Covering material suggestions?
If I can budget the weight, I want to build this model as a six channel to take advantage of my computer radio - V tail + ailerons = 4, plus micro-retracts and throttle! Thoughts on this anyone?
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