Mini Sukhoi Su-26 (oz5647)
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Mini Sukhoi Su-26. Radio control spoart scale model. For .049 to .10 power and 4 channels.
Quote: "I don't consider this version of the SU-26 a serious scale project. Its design is based on its engine: the Cox .074 Queen Bee ...designed to be a small, relatively simple, aerobatic plane with eye appeal, and it isn't difficult to build. Covering the top of the fuselage is the most difficult task, and that's easier than it looks. For maximum maneouverability I made all the control surfaces extra-large. Its lightness and large surfaces make the model fly smoothly and perform aerobatics well. The prototype weighed 20oz..."
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SteveWMD - 18/06/2014
Steve, Here is a picture [see more pics 003] of my Mini Sukhoi built from the same plans recently posted. I built it as designed for the TeeDee .09 but never installed that, and finally ended up covering it with laminating film, spray painted it and installed an Avionics Gust MS motor (1820 Kv)...with an all up weight of 13.6 oz (w/o the battery) it flies really well. She has the layout of an old control line stunter really. My only addition was the top hatch cover for the motor.
Dave - 23/06/2014
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