Sea Cat (oz304)
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Sea Cat (AKA Sea-Cat, Sea Kat). 68 in span gas seaplane by Henry Struck from 1950s MAN. For either free flight or radio control.
Quote: "Are you looking for a mile square, level flying site? Well, there are plenty of them around , and no permits are required for their use ...all of which is just one way of saying that you haven't really enjoyed model flying until you have tried flying boats. To participate in this ultimate in sport, we present the Sea Cat, developed through the years ...when in 1945 the NACA planing tail hull designs were developed, the basis of a really high performance flying boat became available. These long, narrow, deep draft hulls, besides offering greatly reduced air drag main tain an almost constant trim angle throughout the take-off run, eliminating the necessity of rocking up onto the step..."
Update 26/04/2017: Added alternate scan (on 2 sheets) thanks to JJ.
Update 01/05/2017: Added article about electrifying the Sea Cat (from Modell Flugsport May 2013, in German & French), thanks to Pit.
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Article about electrifying Sea Cat.
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by Henry Struck
from Model Airplane News
all formers complete :)
got article :)
Found online 14/04/2011 at:
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