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Redwing. Free flight rubber model, from the Frog Senior series. This plan includes all printwood and formers.
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User commentsI built a 150% enlarged Redwing at 27in span with 3 channel RC and a little 9g brushless motor using a GWS 5x4.3 prop (bench test showed 3.3A and 23W) - she flew very nicely. There's a build thread with some pics at http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1497261 also a short video. AUW was 165g and that was with a fairly large 2S lipo in there.
SteveWMD - 03/06/2012
Hi, some more pictures, now from the Frog Redwing [more pics 003, 004].
Jef - 22/04/2016
Recently I built an enlarged Frog Redwing RC, span is now 980 mm, 38,5 inch. Here are some pictures, maybe interesting for OZ [more pics 005-010].
JefLemmens - 07/08/2018
Added nice photo of the completed model, thanks to MohamadM [more pics 011].
Mary - 08/07/2019
The Redwing [main pic, more pics 012,013] is finished in Sams Superlite coloured tissue, I hollowed the nose blocks out much more than was suggested on the plan and built up the tail surfaces in the hope of lowering the overall weight. I thought I’d used light wood too but the all up weight is still a fairly hefty 26.7g (0.94oz) without rubber. I’ll be happy if I can get thirty seconds out of it but I’m hoping for a bit more.
PeteT - 18/03/2020
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