Hornet (oz3801)

 

Hornet (oz3801) by Norm Rosenstock, Sal Taibi from Model Builder 1990 - plan thumbnail

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Hornet. Norm Rosenstock's 1/2 A Texaco version for RC of the Sal Taibi FF Hornet design, from Model Builder magazine issue 11-90. Span 44in, Area 350sqin, Weight 19.5oz.

Quote: "What model to build was the question. While looking through some old magazines one day I spied an article by Sal Taibi that caught my interest. It was about his Forster .99 powered 'Hornet'. I remember back in 1939-40 seeing him fly that model and it was spectacular. Well, that settled it. I scaled it down for the 1/2A Texaco event ...this model has a 44-inch span and has 350 square inches of wing area. According to the SAM rules it must weigh at least 19-1/2 ounces, and be powered by a reed-valve .049 Cox engine".

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