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Phil 908/01/2010 20:39:47
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I have a 64 inch wingspan Super Chipmunk Kit.
 
I am not sure what scale accessories I need. Pilot decals ect.
 

Am I right in thinking 1/6th accessories would suit best. Or will 1/5th items look better>>

Eric Bray08/01/2010 21:51:53
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I'm not sure which would be closest to scale - but don't forget, a chippie is flown solo from the BACK seat! (Like a Tiger!)
Phil 908/01/2010 21:58:38
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Thanks Eric.
 
I have the Carl Goldberg kit. The cock pit is only fitted with one seat (so not exact scale) but it is towards the back anyway. I started building yesterday and got the tail done and started on the first wing today. All good so far but plenty of work to go. but with the weather as it is there is not much flying to be done anyway.
Phil 908/01/2010 22:13:13
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I think the wingspan of the original was 31 ft 4 in
 
with the original chipmunk having a wingspan of 34 ft 4 in
 
I think it works out to a scale of 1/5.8
winchweight09/01/2010 08:53:36
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Super Chippy is single seat I think. The military varient is a 2 seat trainer and I think that's what Eric meant.
 
 
 
 
Phil 909/01/2010 10:16:26
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Its ok I know what he means. The pilot sits near to the rear of the canopy but a lot of models have the pilot sat in the middle of the canopy

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