S-4 Kania - Trevor Faulkners delightful scale rubber S-4 Kania posted by Algy2.
Quote: - "I started looking for high-wing, swept back prototypes with reasonable tail areas and moment arms. The Polish Kania didn't seem to have caught anyone's eye, and so the Aeromodeller scale drawing no 2927 was purchased. After a bit of debate between ambition and common sense it was decided that: the scale would be a multiple of the 1/16th scale drawing; a reasonably tough construction would be used; motor run would have a fair amount of punch; a step-up gear would be use to carry the rubber without tensioning turns and allow a smaller blade prop to be fitted; wings to be detachable; undercarriage to be sprung..."
Update 05/01/2017: added article, thanks to RFJ.
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