Tercel (oz6831)


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Tercel. Grenade-launch glider, for 2 channel RC.

Quote: "Hello once again Steve. The Tercel was another Joe Bridi design similar to the Flipper (oz4994). I recently built one but increased the wing to 58in as blogs suggested that an increased wing span would be better. I also changed the design to hold a truer E205 airfoil since I fly slopes and weight is an advantage. I always thought the Tercel was squirrelly, but this wing really works well at the cliff. (see you tube video) don't expect stellar aerobatics. This was the third flight after getting the bugs out. A few clicks down elevator trim, and the plane books, a few clicks up, and speed drops off and lift takes it up and up."

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Update 05/06/2018: added kit review from Model Builder, June 1984, thanks to RFJ.

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Tercel - completed model photo

  • (oz6831)
    by Joe Bridi
    51in span
    Tags: Glider R/C
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 06/07/2015
    Filesize: 443KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: EricRMetzdorff


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Hi Steve, attaching some in flight photos of the Tercel with the custom 58in wing [see more pics 003-005].
EricRMetzdorff - 10/07/2015
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