Corsaire (oz2439)


Corsaire (oz2439) by Robert Chabot 1945 - plan thumbnail

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Corsaire. Free flight power model. The original was powered with a Delmo 2.65cc. This is a French language plan.


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Corsaire (oz2439) by Robert Chabot 1945 - model pic


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Corsaire by Chabot France, 430sq. in. wing area [main pic]. Please add to you excellent web site if needed. Thank you,
Mike Salvador - 03/08/2020
Here are a couple of pictures [main pic, 004-006] of my well-flown Corsaire in nearly the original colours. If it may be of any use... Best modelling regards,
JMP_blackfoot - 09/10/2021
Hello, Here is the data for my rudder-only version of the Corsaire (all-moving rudder):
Center of gravity is at 55% - 110 mm from the wing root chord leading edge. Wing bottom is at 0° to the fuselage reference line or even -0.5° or -1° for flying in strong wind conditions. No washout on the wing. Stab is at +1° to the fuselage reference line (no mistake! stab is 1° positive to the wing bottom).
Flying weight 1210 gram, 300 gram more than the prototype. Power is a Taifun Zyklon 2.5cc diesel turning an 11x4 wood prop at 7500 rpm full throttle.
Best modelling regards,
JMP_blackfoot - 09/10/2021
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