Chacal (oz4593)


Chacal (oz4593) 1985 - plan thumbnail

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Modelhob Chacal. Radio control sport trainer model, for .40 power. 1600mm span, NACA 2415 profile.


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I built this Chacal, from Outerzone plans, for my son in law as a trainer. I think it will look good on a a set of floats when he is done with it (if it's still flyable!!). Since you do not have a picture of the Chacal, here are a few for you to use, if you would like.
Al - 21/04/2014
Hi again. Maiden flight of this airplane was very interesting. If it comes off the ground too early it will tip stall very quickly. Luckily no damage. On the second attempt, it came off smooth and straight at about mach 1. It was not a very stable aircraft. Very fast. Certainly not trainer material. After building another wing with a larger airfoil and about 3” overall dihedral, it is nice to fly. Solid and forgiving. Still a little too fast to be a great trainer though. Next step will be the addition of floats.
Al - 24/07/2014
The Chacal was designed as an aerobatic trainer; not a basic trainer. Modelhob's basic trainer was the Coyote (better with ailerons).
Antonio - 10/12/2019
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