The Randall Tigercat won in I think 61 and 63 maybe. I'm at work now I will check the set of plans that I have at home later. The won by just having enough fuel in the outboard tank for the high speed then it would quit and the plane would yaw out for low. I woukd like to build one one day just like they did even though i would sacrifice the twin bonus.
Hi Charles, always a pleasure to watch you work! A favour? Could you do a little bit on how you make and apply the masks and or graphics/decals? I have always heard about them, but have never seen them used before and have always been curious.
I was trying to see the date on the cover of the magazine and I think it is 1957? I lived next to Los Alamitos Naval air Station 1944 to 1956 and saw a lot of these planes flying around and they were a very impressive sight to see. I wonder if anyone ever scored high flying one of these back in the day in a carrier contest.
The 35 has a small amount more power, both will fly a Stiletto and Nobler very well they both run an excellent 4/2 The use the exact same parts except for piston sleeve head and wrist pin, and of coarse the head shims