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A customer has a 6' and change (2M) glider that weighs around 2 lbs (aprx 1 KG). A good engine would be a Cox TD09 with 25% to 35% Nitro and a 7" prop? The aircraft originally came with an OS Max .10.
I have a Carl Goldberg Gentle Lady sailplane with an OS 10FP on the front and it would go near vertical with that engine. Any .049 with a center wing power pod will fly that airframe. Depends on what kind of performance is needed.
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Thank you Jason.
I used to fly a Goldberg Gentle Lady with a Black Widow on a Cox plastic power pod. It was a great combo.
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fit90 wrote:I used to fly a Goldberg Gentle Lady with a Black Widow on a Cox plastic power pod. It was a great combo.
Thank you "fit"
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