|01-26-2003, 03:13 PM||#1|
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Greatplanes Cap 232 40 size Kit***SOLD***
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This is the Great Planes CAP 232 Aerobatic .40 Size Sport/Scale Kit.
This Aircraft is Not Only Legal for IMAC (scale aerobatic) MinIMAC (.40 sized
aerobatic) Competition, it is Capable of This Competition at its Highest Level UNLIMITED, and is designed specifically for UNLIMITED freestyle!
This Kit is the the Intermediate Builder and Flier.
Its Gentle Handling Characteristics Make It A GREAT 2nd Low Wing Model.
Dual Elevator Pushrods.
Constructed of Balsa and Plywood, with the Entire Fuselage
Consisting of Interlocking, Die-Cut Parts.
Fully Symmetrical Wing has Die-Cut Ribs with Jig Tabs on them to
Easily and Accurately Build in the Correct Dihedral and Taper
Removable Tank and Battery Mount for Easy Access/Weight Adjustment
Rudder Servo Rear Mounted (outside of Fuselage)- for Short, Tight Linkage
Scale (HUGE) Rudder and Elevators for Optimum Aerobatic Performance.
Fuselage Builds Upside Down and Stays Pinned Through Wing Mounting!
Balsa Sheeting Replaces Most Carve/Sand Parts.
Clear Canopy, Adjustable Engine Mount, Hardware (pushrods, CA hinges, control horns, tailwheel bracket, misc. nuts and bolts), decals, Full Size Rolled Plans, Photo-Illustrated Instructions, All Wood, Dural Landing Gear, Cowl, and Wheel Pants.
Wingspan: 58" CG: 3-3/4" aft of LE @ fuse
Wing Area: 594 sq in Throws: hi low (each direction)
Wing Loading: 18-20 oz per sq ft Elev 1" 5/8"
Weight: 4.75-5.25 lb. Rud: 3" 1-3/4"
Length: 52" Ail: 3/8" 1/4"
Thrust angles: 2 degrees right, 2 degrees UP! (Yes, up is correct)
Incidences: wing and stab at 0 with engine at 2 degrees POSITIVE.
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