A-26 Invader


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A-26 Invader - completed model photo

A-26 Invader  
by Gary Fuller
from RCMplans (ref:1336)
August 2004 
96in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Multi Military Bomber
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 06/09/2014 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=29372738&postcount=250
Outerzone planID: oz5882 | Filesize: 891KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: bernd_57


About this Plan

Douglas A-26 Invader - RC scale twin. Sport scale warbird for two .40 - .50 2-stroke or .48 - .65 4-stroke engines.

Quote: - "I wanted to build a fairly large and simple twin engine scale plane for general weekend flying. I also tried to keep the cost down by designing it to use a pair of .40 sized engines. I did not go to any great length to keep the weight down as I built my A-26 and it came out at around 12lbs. Flight characteristics are good and show no bad habits."

Quote: - "Hello, here's the Twin Engine A-26 Invader from RCM 08/2004. The scan is not from me, is from my Friend Willies (Uncle Willies). Regards,"

Supplementary files

Article pages, text and pics, thanks to hlsat.
Personal notes, thanks to Steve Sutherland [see comments].


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User comments

I first built this model in 2009. After my first flight I wrote some comments [see supplementary file]. I'm currently re-building the model as because of an error on my part the first one finished up in pieces. In contrast to the first model, I'm using Century jets electric retracts. I'm using the same Saito motors but mounted in the 2s position. As well, I'm covering the model in 1/2 oz fibreglass cloth using Deluxe Products EZE Kote. I would strongly encourage anyone to have a go at this build. It's easy to build and easy to fly. Just pay attention to engine reliability.
SteveSutherland - 10/09/2017
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