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Post  sosam117 Mon Nov 22, 2021 8:28 am

Here are photos of my latest finished project.
A Boddington design "Cardinal" with a custom made Cox Surestart engine with throttle control (throttle ring on exhaust)
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The Cardinal was enlarger 125% (about) from the original size to about 44" wing span.
Pull-pull on the rudder for control.
1oz. tank inside the fuse.
Hitec 55 servos for rudder, elevator and throttle control.
Built it in a week (Saturday to Saturday) 8 days.
Simple and easy to build from scratch. Got the plans from Outerzone and enlarged them to 44" wing span.
Same type of design as the Boddington's Tomboy (another good simple plane).

Now wait for a warm enough day to give it a try?
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Post  Marleysky Mon Nov 22, 2021 8:38 am

RC Plane Warm enough? I'd worry about the wind...in Chicago! You built a beautiful airplane, always liked the "pull-Pull" controls but never built or used one yet myself. Good Luck on the maiden, let us see some pictures when you do.
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Post  getback Mon Nov 22, 2021 9:04 am

Look's Good ! Has plenty of lift from the look , Videos if you can Popcorn
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Post  balogh Mon Nov 22, 2021 9:18 am

I second to the others in congratulating, and looking forward to your photos or video on the maiden flight of this nice model...
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