CB 24 (oz7142)


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CB 24. Rubber sport model.

Quote: "Hi Steve and Mary, Here is the C B 24 of AIR LOISIRS. A rubber band model changed to electric. It can also fly with rubber band plus RC and also rubber band only. The TURNERGY 3020-1800 is an ideal engine that with 10 A has sufficient control. I have one with super light paper and one with ORACOVER LIGHT [model photo & more pics 003]. Two servos 3 gramm and 500 ma lipo 2 cells. Both models weigh 160 grams each. I fly always outside in the open field can even what a breath of fresh air. A flight of 15 minutes is no problem with one battery. I experience the same amount of fun with that model than with equal though different. That model proves that model construction does not have to be expensive. With rc you can capture on your own hands that model."

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Kit instructions, in French.


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CB 24 (oz7142) - model pic

  • (oz7142)
    CB 24
    from Chalange et Bonnet
    33in span
    Rubber F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 22/10/2015
    Filesize: 291KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JulienVermeire

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User comments

Does anyone know when the CB 24 was designed, published, or kitted? It looks like a good candidate for FAC Old Time Fuselage if it originates from before 1946. CB 23 is from 1945, but what about CB 24? Any help appreciated.
DanDriscoll - 07/06/2016
Here is the structure of my third C. B 24 [more pics 004, 005]. A rubber band model, equipped with a small electric motor. Anyway good to fly in open field. With a 450 mA 2 cells BATTERY. It flies more than 15 minutes. Very small model, but still quite fun. Thanks for OUTER ZONE.
JulienVermeire - 03/10/2017
Here is the new yellow CB 24 with his cover [more pics 006]. A very light aircraft, flies very well. Flies 30 minutes with a 450 2 cells lipo, in open field with soft wind. I now have 3 times CB 24, a nice acquisition. Next project will be an autogyrocopter.
JulienVermeire - 30/10/2017
Lovely picture decor, Julien :-)
Miguel Morao - 13/09/2019
Hi to All, Studying the plan vs the submitted photos, it looks like everyone has moved the wing forward one bay compared to the plans. Since the instruction are in French, I can't read them. But can anyone comment on this difference between plans and submitted photos? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks
Dave - 23/03/2021
I think the original plan is designed so the wing has no fixed location. It is banded on with rubber, and then moved along (forward and back on the fuselage) to wherever gives you the best balance for CG. I agree it looks a long way back on the plan. Maybe that was to balance out all that rubber going all the way back to the tail. With an electric model, there's much less weight at the tail end.
SteveWMD - 23/03/2021
The instructions sheet are quite clear (for us, french speaking guys...) and you are absolutely right, Steve. The model is trimmed by moving the wing on the fuse. There are no pegs for the rubber band, it stay around the fuse.
Victor - 23/03/2021
Hi Steve, Under 'Trois Solutions' (Three Solutions) the instructions say to test the model into wind. If it climbs and stalls, move the wing back. If it dives, move the wing forward. If it flies well, it is 'regulated'. So the wing position is variable! Best Regards,
Chris Pinn - 23/03/2021
Ok, thanks for the clarification!
Dave Lentz - 25/03/2021
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