Chianti (oz14388)

 

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Chianti. Radio control sport model, for electric power. Wingspan 44.25 in, wing area 360 sq in. Foam construction.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Quote: "Micki and I were very pleased with our Sequel model (which will be published later, despite being done earlier!) so I thought I’d make a break from our usual shoulder-winged models and do something low-winged.

So, I opened up a copy of the Sequel plans and started moving things around. I moved the wind to the bottom of the fuselage, straightened out the fuselage top, and smoothed the forward fuselage bottom. Aft from the wing TE, I kept everything the same – why mess with what works?

The Chianti (yes, I like dry, red wine!) has nearly the same wing as does the Sequel. The aileron servo and linkage is on the top vice the bottom, the dihedral (and dowel brace!) is greater, there are LG torque blocks, and the wing tips are simpler.

For power, I used the same version Turnigy 1100 Kv motor, 30 amp ESC, and 3S2200 lipos (Makes maintaining 'the Fleet' easier when one standardizes!). I did use a 3-bladed prop, mainly because I had one sitting around, idle.

As with the Sequel, just about all the foam used is pink house insulation foam, which I’ve hot-wired to ¼” thickness. There are two small bits of green 1/8” snuck into the rudder, though. The wings are covered with brown parcel wrapping paper (not the heavier ‘paper bag’ paper), whilst the ailerons and the rest of the model are covered with blank newspaper. Please refer to the 'Generic Foam and Paper Construction' notes for details on covering models like the Chianti.

I prefer to make a kit of parts before I start building, so, starting with that, let’s take a walk through building a Chianti..."

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Article.
Decals (logo, hubcaps).
Generic Foam and Paper Construction Notes.
Parts list.
Photo pack (of 18 build pics).
Statistics.

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Chianti (oz14388) by Bill Bowne 2022 - model pic

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  • (oz14388)
    Chianti
    by Bill Bowne
    2022 
    44in span
    Electric R/C LowWing
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 30/01/2023
    Filesize: 649KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: BillBowne
    Downloads: 482

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User comments

The Chianti is one of the best Italian red wine from Chianti Hills zone near Firenze.
Pit - 18/02/2023
Do not believe you. Please send bottle.
Hans - 23/02/2023
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