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Thread: Who wants to share a new Flair Baronette build?
15/01/2020 21:49:30

Did maiden flight last Friday. It flew absolutely wonderfull. Very little trim required and CG (as per plans) was spot on. It had scale like power with the little SC .30 fourstroke. But what a joy.

It is such a shame that nobody offers this kit anymore.

Next build will be the Legionaire if I can get a hold on the plans

I am unable to post pictures. But you can see it on the Danish site

18/12/2019 15:55:21

“Dutch”!!!!! I beg your pardon!!! It is Danish. wink
I have no idea which word was translated into ferrets??

Some og the biggest mods was changing the sweep angle of the tailplane, cut outs in the center wing and the cabane struts between mid and top wing.

I picked very light wood throughout the whole construction.

16/12/2019 09:10:51

16/12/2019 09:07:34

Mine came out at 1950 gr. Bit heavier that I aimed for, but still light for a (heavily modified) Baronette. Maiden flight ahead


Edited By Martin Boie Christiansen on 16/12/2019 09:09:45

06/12/2019 22:41:57

Forgot to paste in the link to the Danish site


06/12/2019 22:41:16

Here my thread on a Danish site. So unfortunately the text is in Danish, but there is a lot of pictures to look at.

I have modified the model quite a lot. Everything - including the cowl and wheels - are made from scratch. Power will be a SC 30 FS. Weight look to come out at less than 3,5 LBS.

Do you guys fly it at the CG shown on the plans?

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