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La Paloma E Plan


A pretty conversion of a 1950’s free flight biplane for radio control and electric power

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George Stringwell thinks that of all his recent electric R/C conversions of vintage free flight models this 30-inch biplane is the prettiest. It is based on George Woolls’ ‘La Paloma’ biplane from 1956, but with extensive changes to make it a practical everyday model, albeit sticking faithfully to the original outline and much of the original basic structure. For 30 – 50 Watt motors, 12 A ESC and 2S 450 mAh LiPo pack.
WINGSPAN: 30″ top, 26″ bottom (750 and 650 mm)WING AREA: 210 sq in (1355 sq cm)WING LOADING: 6 oz/sq ftLENGTH: 24” (600 mm)WEIGHT: 8.75 oz (238 g)RADIO FUNCTIONS: Throttle, Elevator, Rudder MOTOR: BRC 1811 (30-50 watt)PROP: GWS 6” x 3” (35 watts) or 7” x 3.5” (45 watts) HyperdriveESC: BRC 12 amp BATTERY:320 or 450 mAh 2S 25C


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