Micturator - Water bomber. Sport amphibian model, very loosely based on the Canadair CL-215 (Scooper). For .19 - .25 twin power, a 'scale-like' sport flying amphibian.
Quote: - "It occurred to me that a wing design better than anything I might come up with already existed. Tichenor had used it with great success in his RCM Funster (oz6545). It is the Telemaster 40 wing which is available as a kit from Hobby Lobby. All that was necessary was to reposition a few ribs then add some structure between the nacelles ...Then we filled the tank with coloured water, drapped the flaps about ten degrees and took off. With nine pounds of airplane and two pounds of water, it took about 200 feet to lift off. On the second try we made the water drop in close enough for Tichenor to get a picture. Looked great.
The Micturator is fun to fly. It is stable about all three axes and has no bad habits. It's even more fun to fly off the water. Take-offs are a joy to watch and the take-off run seems to be shorter than on land. Several touch and go water pickups have been made... "
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