Go-Go Dancer (oz6858)


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Go-Go Dancer. Radio control sport park flyer model. Wingspan 26 in, wing area 163 sq in, for electric power with GoBrushless V1 16T outrunner motor.

Note this plan, along with PDF kit manual, is [was] a free download from the [now defunct] manufacturer's site at: http://www.electroflying.com/gogodancer.html

Quote: "Go-Go Dancer is a 30-watt electric-powered sport park flyer. Powered by a small CD-ROM brushless motor and a 2-cell 640 mAh LiPoly battery, Go-Go Dancer will give you spirited performance at a very affordable price.

The Go-Go Dancer Design: Go-Go Dancer is an original kit designed for modelers with an interest in electric-powered airplanes capable of park flying and sport aerobatics. Go-Go Dancer was designed from the beginning for lightweight brushless CD-ROM motors and LiPoly cells. This airplane makes use of strong, lightweight design and construction, which improves electric-powered flight performance and duration. Using the suggested motor and cells, the model weighs about 7 oz ready-to-fly.

Go-Go Dancer was designed to fly a wide speed range and handle windier conditions than most park flyers. Aerobatics, from very tight maneuvers to large, powerful loops, slow rolls, snaps, and big stall turns are all possible. Go-Go Dancer is very stable, and if trimmed out right, will almost land itself. The model is controllable and flies smoothly even in high winds, yet slows down and lands like a feather. Go-Go Dancer is a great-flying electric-powered model that flies predictably - not your typical 'flip-and-flop' park flyer. Go-Go Dancer should not be flown by a beginner R/C pilot.

Go-Go Dancer was designed to make motor battery changes as easy as possible, with no tools required. You don’t have to turn the airplane over or remove the wing to change batteries. Just lift the front battery hatch up and flip it forward for easy battery access. The hatch is hooked in the front and small magnets hold the hatch rear in place.

The recommended motor for Go-Go Dancer is the GoBrushless basic CD-ROM motor kit with 16 turns powered by 2S1P - 640mAh LiPoly cells at 5 amps. A 6x4 prop is recommended. This combination gives spectacular performance and long flight times.

Go-Go Dancer is light, yet tough. Go-Go Dancer is a simple-to-build, fly-anywhere airplane that is one of the best ways to get into brushless performance on a budget.

This kit features leading edge design and interlocking laser-cut parts for exceptional fit, quality, and ease of construction. A complete set of hardware is also included.

The Go-Go Dancer plans were drawn on a computer using professional design software. We believe that the Go-Go Dancer plans are a work of art and continue our high standards in kit manufacturing at ElectroFlying Models.

Easy-building engineering, great price, brushless performance and great flying qualities, the Go-Go Dancer has it all.

Recommended Receiver, Motor and Batteries: The ElectroFlying Go-Go Dancer can use any standard 4-channel narrow-band receiver, but to save a little weight you may want to use one of the smaller receivers such as the Castle Creations Berg 4L. Go-Go Dancer has been designto use 3 Hitec HS-45HB servos and a BEC..."

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The site is evidently gone, so the plan file is unavailable.
Jean Tornow - 06/12/2023
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SteveWMD - 06/12/2023
The Datafile link to 'found online' is often useful after sites have gone down. With this one, I have just added more pics here [003-008] from the defunct site using the Wayback machine and that useful link.
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