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Post  ian1954 on Tue Aug 06, 2013 3:56 pm

Anyone built one of these? I am thinking of converting it to Round the Pole and changing the ailerons to flaps!

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Post  fit90 on Tue Aug 06, 2013 5:40 pm

I have built several. A little heavy but not too bad. A very honest flying radio control plane and a relatively simple build. You do have to cut a few balsa parts from a pre-marked sheet. Good luck and I hope you enjoy it if you decide to build it.
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Post  Cribbs74 on Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:48 pm

I built one over 20 yrs ago. I have only flown it once. It's awfully big for that pole in you back yard, but it would be neat!

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Post  GUS THE I.A. on Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:50 pm

I haven't flown a Hummer, but a long time ago, a guy flew one. It was before the tiny radio systems that are out there now, so, then, it was kind of porky. Now, with the tiny stuff available, it would have better performance. My 1/2A R/C pylon racer of choice was the C.A.M. Racer, from Model Airplane News - about January or February of 1977. Neat plane - top view sort of looked like a P-51.

By the way...now everybody sees my contest entry flying around in front of my scratch-built-from-plans Baby Birdie! They ask, "How many airplanes do you have for that engine?" I tell them that they haven't seen all of them, yet! There is a year's worth of airplanes to bring out, and more to build! They will see the full capability of the contest engine! The Gee Bee Master is getting the .049 that was on the Baby Birdie. They'll see!
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