Brooklyn Dodger (oz1056)


Brooklyn Dodger (oz1056) by Sal Taibi from Air Trails 1942 - plan thumbnail

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Brooklyn Dodger. Free flight gas model.

Quote: "BROOKLYN DODGER by SAL TAIBI - Nationals winner Taibi produces another tried-and-true warrior. It's a Class B job with a Forster 29 motor. THE Brooklyn Dodger is a super-simple gas model to build, and one that has very good flight characteristics. The climb will amaze you; it climbs at about forty-five degrees and is extremely fast under power. On the test flights the ship was consistently turning in flights of 3 minutes on a 16-second motor run, so clean off the bench, fellows, and put everything where it is easily accessible so you won't waste any time and get started on one of the best flying ships I've ever owned."


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Brooklyn Dodger (oz1056) by Sal Taibi from Air Trails 1942 - model pic


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A couple of pics of my e-powered, 3 channel, Brooklyn Dodger [see more pics 004, 005]. Built and flown in Singapore.
David - 26/09/2013
Re: the photos - it was built from Outerzone plans. E-powered, two channels. Climbed like a banshee and a nice controlled glide. Lost in a midair ... I'll have to make another someday.
David - 11/11/2015
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