McCann-ard 27

 

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McCann-ard 27  
by James McCann
from Aeromodeller
March 1963 
27in span
Tags: IC F/F
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 15/09/2013
Outerzone planID: oz4833 | Filesize: 138KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: TomCrompton

   

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McCann-ard 27 - Free flight canard model for Cox .010 power.

Quote: "To test out this revised layout, a small (27in span) model was built powered by a TD .010 and this model is a real pleasure to fly. It seems to be quite free from vices and stability is impressive. In spite of such a small engine (which actually develops suprising power) the climb is very steep and 'on rails', and the glide very good. The layout thus arrived at seems to be the most promising for duration canards, and will give conventional models a run for their money..."

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Here's our MaCann-ard 27 free flight converted to electric [more pics 004-007]. 4600kv motor, 2-cell 160mah lipo battery and a Brodak timer. Very easy to trim out. On only 68% power climb out is almost vertical and transition to glide seamless. Enlarged the plan to 36" for E-36 competition. Should be a "goin' concern"! Powered by Cricket Wireless.
RandyW - 07/05/2018
Here are some pictures of my model McCan-ard, Plan ID=4833 (with some modifications to RC) [more pics 008, 009] and 2 minutes of film https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igq7yg-Ip4A&feature=youtu.be.
TomasDunker_Sweden - 18/06/2018
Here is our McCann-ard E-20 [more pics 010]. 20" wingspan free flight.
TeamWrisley - 10/07/2018
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