Eastbourne Monoplane (oz11613)

 

Eastbourne Monoplane (oz11613) by Peter Rake 2009 - plan thumbnail

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Eastbourne Monoplane. Radio control scale model for electric power using micro-RC, with PZ Vapor 'brick' shown.

Note Peter Rake released at least two versions of the Eastbourne Monoplane design, online. This one here is 14 in span. See Eastbourne Monoplane (oz10661) for a larger version at 18 in span.

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Here come some images of my Eastbourne 1911 built 2014 [more pics 003-005]. Some data: span 900mm, weight total with Lipo 2200mAh 2S= 620g, motor Emax 140W, 4 channels. I remember that the fuselage was weak behind the wing and was strengthened with pinelists after a hard landing. It's still alive and has been flying in calm weather. Maybe images for oz 11613 by Peter Rake? [This is a very enlarged version of the Eastbourne, but seeing as we have no pics, I've added these for now :-) Mary]
OweCarlson_Sweden - 14/10/2019
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