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Fundango. Radio control sport model for electric power, using 3:1 geared Speed 400 motor. Wingspan 35 in, wing area 350 sq in.
Discontinued kit from Geat Planes. See http://www.greatplanes.com/manuals/discontinued.php
Quote: "The Fundango is a fun to fly, aerobatic electric airplane that can be flown in small spaces (see Find a Safe Place to Fly on page 23). Depending on your level of expertise, this plane can either be a slow 'Park Flyer' or an aerobatic model capable of tight loops, inverted flight and fast rolls. Although the Fundango uses only ailerons and elevator, with practice you will be able to perform wing-overs and hammer-heads which traditionally require a rudder. The Fundango was not designed to look like a “real” airplane; instead it was designed for exceptional aerobatic performance and we think you'll agree that it meets this objective.
The Fundango is designed to use the Great Planes ElectriFly T-400GD ESC motor system and gear drive for electric flight (GPMG0400). This system includes a T-400 Ferrite Motor, S-400 3:1 ratio gearbox, 3mm prop adapter, APC 10 x 7 propeller and the ElectriFly C-20 High Frequency Electronic Speed Control w/BEC."
Plan extracted from the drawing on page 25 of the manual, scaled up to full size at 35 in wingspan, now at 300 dpi.
Note see: http://www.greatplanes.com/techsupport/gpma0050tech.php for tech notice / corrections to kit manual.
Supplementary file notes
Manual. 26 pages.
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