Easy Eagle (oz14902)
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Easy Eagle. Radio control sailplane model. Wingspan 78-1/2 in, wing area 648 sq in.
Quote (from 1980s advert): "The Easy Eagle. Easy to get along with at any skill level. If enjoying the fantastic world of R/C soaring is what you want, the Easy Eagle is for you; whether you are starting on your first plane, are an experienced sport pilot, or are a seasoned, competition-oriented veteran needing the latest technology to keep up.
A new breed computer generated and wind tunnel tested SD7032 airfoil equipped with flaps, gives the Easy Eagle its wide range of performance, ideal for a thermal sailplane. Flaps on this sturdy wing allow you to maximize gorilla launches quickly seek and stay in the lightest lift, hang on a wing tip in turns, and slow to a walk to nail the spot on landing.
Other features include high prefabrication for quick assembly, gapless hinge lines for clean airflow, bolt-on wing, and complete hardware.
Like the name implies, this airplane is really easy to get along with, no matter what your skill level. To get your new Easy Eagle, check with your local dealer first. If he does not have one or cannot obtain one, you can order direct from Ace (add $3.00 P&H). "
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Update 18/11/2023: Added kit instructions, thanks to Craig.
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User commentsThis kit came with an instruction manual, if anyone has it it would be a great addition to this listing. Dave
dave fritzke - 14/11/2023
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