Corona Hawk 36 (oz13184)
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Corona Hawk 36. Radio control electric powered glider model. Wingspan 37.75 in, wing area 193 sq in, for Park 180 motor.
Quote: "Last spring I made a little chuck glider for my granddaughter based on a planform that was (very) roughly based on that of the red hawks we have so plentifully around here. I called it the Corona Hawk (oz12047) and was pleased with how well it flew.
Starting the past winter I have off-and-on worked on a larger version intended to fit, as much as possible, within single half-sheets of wood. I didn't quite make that goal with the LE and TE, but I came close enough that I'm happy with the results.
I would have liked it to be a sloper, but we don't have any slopes around here so it's just a lightly-built powered glider of slightly more than 3 ft span, using the motor and brick scavenged from an E-flite UMX Cessna..."
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Quote: "Hi Steve, I just posted these on RCG. See build thread at https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3935221 Have a great day! Andy"
Area: 193 sq in
Weight: <150g AUW
Motor: Park 180 (2500-3600Kv)
Prop: 120mm x 70mm 3-blade
Dihedral: 1.5" at R10
Update 22/07/2021: Added Corona Hawk logo files, pdf and dxf, thanks to AndyKunz.
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