SE5a Slow Combat (oz7714)

 

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SE-5a Profile C/L Slow Combat. By George Albo

Quote: "Steve / Mary, hope you like... SE-5a Profile C/L Slow Combat by George Albo. May 8, 2016. The Sig Spad-7 and the Sig Fokker DVII have dominated the Biplane C/L Slow combat niche for years. That is about to change. Johnny Casburn had put out an SE-5a as a kit but like Sig's kits, are no longer available. Needless to say plans for it cannot be found, at least as of this writing. After many years wondering why someone hadn't put out plans for a C/L Slow Combat SE-5a, I decided to be that someone and stop waiting for anyone else to get the job done. I have cobbled together an SE-5a from the Sterling SE-5a control line scale model and adapted that to the SIG Fokker DVII profile. I have used the existing moment arms of the Sig Fokker DVII and stretched the profile of the Sterling SE-5a fuselage to fit. I have also used the Fokker's wing placement as this has already been proven to work, I don't believe in re-inventing the wheel when others have already done that. I learned early in modeling that if you take an existing design and modify a little here and there as long as you do not alter the moment arms or other critical design elements, you can have some fun making your own planes. I have taken that to heart and am offering this plan as part of a series of Slow Combat C/L bipes along the lines of the SIG WWI fighters. This aircraft can be powered by a .19 through a .35. It has a 33in wingspan. Includes 5in decals for the upper wing, 4in decals for the lower wing. Rudder markings and a pilot to be painted and finished to your hearts desire. In the works is a Fokker DR1 Tri-plane, and a Nieuport 28. BEWARE RED BARON! Thanks, George."

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  • (oz7714)
    SE5a Slow Combat
    by George Albo
    2016 
    33in span
    Scale IC C/L Biplane Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 12/05/2016
    Filesize: 3048KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: GeorgeAlbo

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