SPAD (Simple Plastic Airplane Design) SSC Combat HOR (Hell on Rails)

Posted: March 21, 2010 in general flying, general interest, r/c airplanes
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I got my hands on some large coroplast sheets and went ahead and made my first plane from scratch.  I picked the HOR as it is really simple and I could use some of the techniques I learned building the MiGs and  because I can use it compete in SSC combat.

Type: SSC Combat and Sport

Wingspan: 48″

Length: 32″

Engine: .15 to as much as you dare!

Channels: 3 – Elevator,  Ailerons & Throttle

The fuse is aluminum L-channel, the motor mount is kitchen cutting-board and the wing uses Home Depot yard stick spars.  Pretty basic.

Check out this site for complete build instructions:

http://www.spadtothebone.net/freeplans.htm

 

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  2. jonniebgood says:

    What was the final weight before fuel added?, mine is 3 pounds 1 onz, have to go and fly it tomorrow , weather permitting
    Happy Flying
    John

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