Baby Boomer (oz3604)

 

Baby Boomer (oz3604) by Scott Christensen 1987 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Baby Boomer. Powered glider. A small 2 channel powered glider for Cox TeeDee .010 power.

Quote: "Don't know if this will work but the CAD plans are at this site http://my.pclink.com/~dfritzke/BabyBoomer.pdf - the plane was designed by Scott Christensen. The photos attached are of the one I built a few years ago." This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format, by Gene Rock.

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Baby Boomer (oz3604) by Scott Christensen 1987 - model pic

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Could do with confirmation of CG position. Thx
anon - 18/08/2014
The plane pictured [pic 003] is one I built from a copy of Scott's original sketches. Was able to fly it at a SMALL event in Little Rock, Arkansas as Scott flew his.
SteveStaples - 09/12/2016
Completed Baby Boomer model [main pic, 004-007]. Scott Christians delightful Baby Boomer design built for 3 Channel lightweight RC, 1806 Motor and 2s lipo battery. Fuselage broadened slightly to make room for a couple of carbon strengthening rods and snakes. Graphic comes from my lifelong love of all things 'Krautrock', painted fuselage and heat shrink flying surfaces.
David Oates - 12/11/2021
Question for Dave Oates. I don't have Dave's contact info. Can Dave comment on the set-up of the power pod in the "pusher" configuration in regards to "up thrust/side thrust" angles for the power pod. Thanks in advance for any help!
Dave Lentz - 13/11/2021
Hi Dave, it's been a bit of experimentation to be honest, which resulted in approx 2 or 3 degrees downthrust, no sidethrust. I started off with everything square (as far as I could tell) the motor is mounted on a ply disc so I could just add washers to adjust thrustline.
It has a gentle climb on about 1/2 throttle, since finishing we've had continuous wind so glides have been more about keeping it near to the field!
David Oates - 16/11/2021
Hi David, Thanks so much for providing your insight and experience with this! Baby Boomer is on my build list!
Dave Lentz - 17/11/2021
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