Circus - Radio control sport trainer model.
Quote: "As for power, anything from a .35 to a .60 can be used. A .45 is more than edequate for anything but high altitude and/or power hounds. A .35 is fine if you're using the Circus for sport or training.
So there you have it. An airplane for Class II or III sport that doubles as a trainer - and one that can be ready almost as fast as the plastic jobs. "
Update 05/08/2017: Doh. Thanks Rudy. Replaced this plan with the correctly scaled version at 57in wingspan.
Update 05/08/2017: Added PDFvector plan tracing, thanks to hogal.
Article pages, thanks to hlsat, JHatton.
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