Cap 232 (oz10827)
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Cap 232. Radio control sport-scale model. Wingspan 58 in, wing area 594 sq in, for .40 engines.
Discontinued kit from Great planes, see http://www.greatplanes.com/discontinued/gpma0232.php for more details, PDF download of full kit manual (44 pages), and full parts listing.
Quote: "Contest-level aerobatics, in an easy-building .40-size all-wood kit! Aspiring tournament pilots don't have to have a large, expensive kit to compete in MinIMAC events - all they need is the CAP 232 from Great Planes! Knife-edge loops, waterfalls, torque rolls - this model can perform any 3-D maneuver in the book, and look good doing it.
In the air, the CAP 232's large rudder makes for easier handling, and the rear-mounted rudder servo features a shorter linkage that tightens the coupling for greater authority. A dual elevator pushrod system allows for infinite individual adjustablilty of each elevator half. With its ability to perform even the most radical freesytle aerobatics, this is one plane that's ready, willing and able to unleash a flier's 'wild side'..."
kit no: GPMA0232
Note the product manual (on pages 6 and 7) includes identificition sheets that could be used to draw up and fabricate the die-cut parts supplied in the kit, ie ribs and formers.
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