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Blackburn B2 plan RC2103


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 Blackburn B2 plan RC2103


Tim Hooper’s Blackburn B2 makes a refreshing alternative to the Tiger Moth. This 66” span version of the inter-war trainer is featured in RCM&E’s April 2012 issue and has been designed for electric power, specifically a 4260 500kV outrunner and 5 Li-Po cells. It’s a friendly and docile machine that looks simply stunning in the all-silver scheme of the only surviving example based at Old Warden. Check out Tim’s B2 build blog and lots of extra pics at


Name:    Blackburn B2
Model type:    1930s trainer
Designed by:    Tim Hooper
Wingspan:    66”
Fuselage length:    52”
Wing area:    1220sq. in
All-up weight:    8 lb 3oz
Wing loading:    15oz / ft
Aerofoil:    Clarke Y 12%
Controls (servos):    Aileron (1); elevator (1); rudder(1); throttle (ESC)
Powertrain:    Turnigy 42 – 60 500Kv motor; 14 x 8” propeller; 60A + UBEC ESC; 5s 4000mAh Li-Po
Power loading:    134W / lb


Please note that all plans are printed to order and as such we are unable to accept returns.


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