combat plane homebuilt SSC

Hey guys take a look at the plane that I am making for our club members. It
came out to 2.54 lbs dry!! (has to weigh at least 2.5lbs) Flys great and will
not tip stall. I fly it with the os 15 la. There will be 20 of these "kits"
built for fun and practice, and of course combat. I found them very easy to
cut and build. I have a friend that helps me do the wings but the fuse is a
one man job. The test flight on the prototype went great. I let several guys
at the field fly it and all wanted one. Plans are available on the
texascombat.com web page. See the one we are building at
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Give me a holler for more info. Eddie Fulmer
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Efulmer
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I looked at the NTR/CCombat website, but cannot find the plans... More info, plz?
--bob
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Checkursix
Go to this website and look at the construction articles on the P-51
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Good luck and if I can be of any help shoot me an e-mail. Eddie Fulmer
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Efulmer
How stable will that be in Yaw with a streamer (or two) on the wingtip? I think once you make a cut, you will struggle for life with all of the pack on your six flashing their teeth.
Reply to
Pé Reivers
What an EXCELLENT website for SSC Construction!! I will save THAT link!! Thanks Eddie!
--bob
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Checkursix
Pe' I think it will be as stable as any other plane will that is designed for combat. Every one that hangs on your wing will slow you down without a doubt. You just have to make sure that you get them close to the root! Then all you have to worry about is drag. LOL Eddie Fulmer
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Efulmer
Ed,
Better still, get a streamer on both tips!
FYI, We don't fly ssc in the Netherlands, and these large spans are out of the question for us.
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Pé Reivers

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