Top Dawg Electric (oz900)
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Top Dawg Electric. Radio control sport model. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format, a redesign of the Ken Willard Top Dawg (oz901) classic, for electric power.
There is a build thread on RCGroups, see https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?1312209...
Quote: "Guys and Ladies, Here is my latest project. I redesigned the classic Ken Willard 'Top Dawg', and have it all framed out. I kept all of the original dimensions and outlines, but went for an easy to build and strong structure. Only real mod was moving the stab to the top of the fuse, as it looks a LOT better there, and adding ailerons.
This one is powered with a NeoDym 480-1000kV motor, 3 cell 2600 Lipo, propped for 325 watts. Landing gear is standard Great Planes unit, and the wheel pants are E-Flite Pitts Special units. It will be covered in White Ultracote or Pearl White Monokote with Metal Flake Red Solarfilm and Flat Black Monokote a-la Hotrod style. I plan to have it at Toledo, entered in the Nostalgia class."
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Top Dawg Electric
by Mark Rittinger
IC Electric R/C
all formers complete :)
Found online 29/04/2011 at:
Format: • PDFvector
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User commentsHi Steve. Here's two photos of the Top Dawg [see more pics 003 and 004]. I have fly with it. It's a very difficult plane to fly. But once you know how he flies it's a good plane. Greetings.
SalvatoreAlessandrino - 08/12/2015
Hello, As promised, a photo of my Top Dawg RC Plane [see more pics 005]. Maiden flight OK Brushless 400W 3S on board. Thanks for all plans, Best regards.
ErickBaccus - 15/03/2016
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