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Er, Um. Oops . ?
« on: September 05, 2019, 10:19:52 PM »


Now there IS a question about the leadout guide , maybe the rear wing has a bit of diheadral . Intresting anyway . Thinking maybe 4 ft span , 8:1 A.R. , maybee the T T 36'd pull that size o.k.



Tripped over it here : https://blenderartists.org/t/racing-biplane-concept/562825/9 more pictures & a few notes .

Other pictures look like ailerons are Front wings . rear plain .
Id do it flaps front wing , nothing rear wing , taiplane / elevators about 50 % or 80 % bigger than they look there .
50 in span , 6 in chord maybe . Looks pretty basic to build , approximately as presented .

Found this looking for the canard foreplane / triplane  information . Leadouts look like only real annoyance . Perhaps ? .
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Re: Er, Um. Oops . ?
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2019, 05:48:06 AM »
Looks like  Burt Rutanís Quickie but with a V-tail. Will Hubin built one years ago; recently donated to a local air museum. Iíve seen RC kits ( arfs?) of it,  but never bought one.
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