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Post  batjac Wed Nov 16, 2016 8:44 pm

While I was looking at my TD-4 replica flying in circles, I had an idea for another version.  I spent a lot of time building the model I have since I wanted it to be scale.  But I thought that it could be done in a much shorter span of time and built in a much easier fashion if you just wanted to do it as a semi-scale plane.  From a distance it would still look and fly identical to the scale plane in stunt mode, just simpler and quicker to build.  I could draw up a rough set of plans (i.e. pencil and paper) if there was interest in this.

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Post  BUZZZ003 Wed Nov 16, 2016 10:12 pm

Sounds awesome, we'd all love to see it!! RC Plane Flying Flying
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Post  happydad Fri Jul 03, 2020 12:12 am

batjac wrote:While I was looking at my TD-4 replica flying in circles, I had an idea for another version.  I spent a lot of time building the model I have since I wanted it to be scale.  But I thought that it could be done in a much shorter span of time and built in a much easier fashion if you just wanted to do it as a semi-scale plane.  From a distance it would still look and fly identical to the scale plane in stunt mode, just simpler and quicker to build.  I could draw up a rough set of plans (i.e. pencil and paper) if there was interest in this.

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The Cox TD - 4 was my first plane back in 1955 maybe. Are we talking about the same thing? Profile fuselage, red or blue plastic, curved airfoil wing, semi-hard plastic, yellow or blue, and full flying elevator, yellow or blue, all held together with rubber bands. And a engine mount that tilted maybe 10 degrees 0 to - 10 degrees. Fun times while dad was at work. Gee dad I don’t know who used the fuel.
It never did much more than go around in circles. Too heavy for a babe bee.
Those were the days.  Do you have a pic of your TD - 4 replica somewhere?

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