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Old 04-30-2011, 02:13 PM   #1
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Default Low wing kit opinions, please!

I'm a "recycled" beginner in the hobby. I flew glow models many years ago, and find myself starting all over with a high wing trainer - this time electric powered, of course!

One thing that disappoints me somewhat is the apparent lack of kit planes available. Everything seems to be either foam or ARF. I enjoy building probably more than flying, so I started looking for my "next" plane, a low wing with some stability, but more capable than a trainer.

I've sent my LHS on a mission to get me a Sig Four Star 20EP. In my 'previous life' I built two Sig kits, so I know the quality I can expect. However, getting one has proven to be a problem, so I began looking for alternates. I found the BMJR Models Spacewalker (42" span) and Astro Hog (36" span) kits. Does anyone have any experience with these kits? If so, what are your opinions (quality, laser cutting, hardware, instructions, etc?)
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Here's one you may want to consider. It's a Mountain Models SwitchBack Sr. and I just finished it. It's also my first ever kit and I feel it went together quite well. Here's the photo minus the cowling and prop, I'm still playing with the balance.


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I just built the Herr Mini Sport, easy fast build.
http://www.wattflyer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=61157
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here you go Paul

http://www.sigmfg.com/cgi-bin/dpsmar...FV5.html?E+Sig





Add to this the portability of a smaller size and the quietness and convenience of electric power and you have another winner for sport flying.

While designed for electric power it is configured to easily convert to glow engine power in the .15 to .25-engine range so you have the best of both worlds.Wingspan48 in1219 mmWing Area430 inē27.7 dmēLength38 in965 mmWeight
w/250-watt motor & 3s1p 2200 mAh lipo2-1/2 lbs1130 gWing Loading13.4 oz./ftē40.8 g/dmēRadio Required4-Channel with 4 mini servosPower Required250 to 350 watt electric motors or .15 to .25 glow engines Prop9x6 APC ThinElectric (APC309060)



Kit Features
  • Full size plans
  • Light weight balsa construction except for key parts
  • Fast building wing
  • Tab locked fuselage
  • Photo illustrated instruction manual
  • Durable aluminum landing gear
  • Molded canopy
  • Molded cowl
  • SIG Easy Hinges
  • Large decal sheet
  • Pushrods
  • Hardware pack
Click "Videos & Information/Sig Instuction Manuals" above
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here you go

http://www.sigmfg.com/cgi-bin/dpsmar...FV5.html?E+Sig





Add to this the portability of a smaller size and the quietness and convenience of electric power and you have another winner for sport flying.

While designed for electric power it is configured to easily convert to glow engine power in the .15 to .25-engine range so you have the best of both worlds.Wingspan48 in1219 mmWing Area430 inē27.7 dmēLength38 in965 mmWeight
w/250-watt motor & 3s1p 2200 mAh lipo2-1/2 lbs1130 gWing Loading13.4 oz./ftē40.8 g/dmēRadio Required4-Channel with 4 mini servosPower Required250 to 350 watt electric motors or .15 to .25 glow engines Prop9x6 APC ThinElectric (APC309060)



Kit Features
  • Full size plans
  • Light weight balsa construction except for key parts
  • Fast building wing
  • Tab locked fuselage
  • Photo illustrated instruction manual
  • Durable aluminum landing gear
  • Molded canopy
  • Molded cowl
  • SIG Easy Hinges
  • Large decal sheet
  • Pushrods
  • Hardware pack
Click "Videos & Information/Sig Instuction Manuals" above
for the Four Star 20 EP Building Instructions

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QuantitySIGRC106SIG FOUR-STAR 20EP EACH$79.99
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Hi Paul
Heres one at a very good price
http://www.advantagehobby.com/produc...178439&cat=181
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Paul,

I am kind of in the same place as you are as far as being a recycled beginner, I have been flying foamies, T-28, Stryker, Radian for about the past year and today maidened my first balsa plane in a very long time and highly recommend this plane!!!

Super Sporster EP, by Great Planes.


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Originally Posted by RCFlyer44 View Post
Paul,

I am kind of in the same place as you are as far as being a recycled beginner, I have been flying foamies, T-28, Stryker, Radian for about the past year and today maidened my first balsa plane in a very long time and highly recommend this plane!!!

Super Sporster EP, by Great Planes.


Isn't that an ARF only, though?
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Isn't that an ARF only, though?

Yes it is, my bad I overlooked the part where you wanted a full kit. I will say for this ARF there was more building than I expected, or wanted...
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Originally Posted by kenchiroalpha View Post
Hi Paul
Heres one at a very good price
http://www.advantagehobby.com/produc...178439&cat=181
Take care dear friend
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If they can be ordered (or drop shipped) directly from SIG, why is it my LHS (supposedly a SIG dealer) can't seem to get one? I'd really like to support the local shop if I can - there are too few of them left.
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Another vote for the FS 20 EP. I love mine!

......and it is hard to blame kit makers few buy them. If you make them the sit. My LHS quit carrying kits years ago and told regulars if they wanted them they would order them. But if you look they are out there.

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......and it is hard to blame kit makers few buy them. If you make them they sit. My LHS quit carrying kits years ago and told regulars if they wanted them they would order them. But if you look they are out there.

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Ah yes, the society of instant gratification! I guess the ARF's do have a place (obviously, there are so many of them), but to me there are few things more satisfying than seeing a plane you put together fly well and knowing it was because you did a good job.

But that's just me.
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Hi Paul
If your in the mood for building your own aircraft the "Tea Racer" might just be what you are looking for
http://www.mugi.co.uk/tearacer_intro.php
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Hi Paul
If your in the mood for building your own aircraft the "Tea Racer" might just be what you are looking for
http://www.mugi.co.uk/tearacer_intro.php
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That's a nice looking plane, but I'm afraid something like that would be "returned to kit form" after a very short flight!
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I'm a "recycled" beginner in the hobby. I flew glow models many years ago, and find myself starting all over with a high wing trainer - this time electric powered, of course!

One thing that disappoints me somewhat is the apparent lack of kit planes available. Everything seems to be either foam or ARF. I enjoy building probably more than flying, so I started looking for my "next" plane, a low wing with some stability, but more capable than a trainer.

I've sent my LHS on a mission to get me a Sig Four Star 20EP. In my 'previous life' I built two Sig kits, so I know the quality I can expect. However, getting one has proven to be a problem, so I began looking for alternates. I found the BMJR Models Spacewalker (42" span) and Astro Hog (36" span) kits. Does anyone have any experience with these kits? If so, what are your opinions (quality, laser cutting, hardware, instructions, etc?)

Hey Paul, welcome to Wattflyer and welcome back to the hobby. I have a bit of experience with the BMJR kits and can endorse them with no reservations. The laser cutting is superb and I don't remember having any problems whatsoever with the kit or instructions. I am a fairly experienced builder so take that into account. Don't know what your experience level is but anyone who loves to build is ok with me! Hope you start a thread on whatever you choose. Good luck, John.
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Thank you all for your suggestions and input.
I just sent in my order to BMJR Models for their Spacewalker kit. Although the kit is more expensive than the Four Star, the motor and battery requirements make it less expensive to complete. Got to watch my pennies, or I won't have enough left to put gas in the car to get to the flying field!
Now I have to crack the whip on the elves to get that RR done and out of the workshop.
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Thank you all for your suggestions and input.
I just sent in my order to BMJR Models for their Spacewalker kit. Although the kit is more expensive than the Four Star, the motor and battery requirements make it less expensive to complete. Got to watch my pennies, or I won't have enough left to put gas in the car to get to the flying field!
Now I have to crack the whip on the elves to get that RR done and out of the workshop.
Congrats on settling on one, I know that feeling, I agonized for a couple weeks which plane should be my first balsa plane after not having one for 20 some years and flying foamies for the past year, after maidening her last Saturday I couldn't be more pleased with my choice of the Super Sporster EP ARF. The Spacewalker is a great plane, please start a Build Thread once you start, would love to watch the progress and maiden flight!

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I realize it's been a long time since this thread began, but I've been looking for balsa build kits myself and came across this awesome site. I have not purchased anything from them yet, but I did to speak with someone in their office who was friendly and informative. Site is: (triple w then dot) hobbyhangar.com. Try it out, looks like what you're looking for.

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This link looks totally useless like some kind of spam link. It doesn't directly link to any real kit source just a bunch of shopping websites that are a waste of time. This seems lame to me.....
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Hi Paul , Their are alot of kits out there still to choose from but if you got a little extra time you could cut some parts out and build your own kit. Here are the PDF plans to a tidewater pronto that is a low wing kinda trainer . This was my first plane over 30 years ago and a great flying 3 channel low wing trainer. It could be built with ailirons with a little work but it flys great the way it is. joe http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...1401154&page=4 Here is another bunch of fun plane plans and it is all the clancy bee pdfs . joe http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=916960 Good luck with what ever you decide to build paul . joe
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I'm a "recycled" beginner in the hobby. I flew glow models many years ago, and find myself starting all over with a high wing trainer - this time electric powered, of course!

One thing that disappoints me somewhat is the apparent lack of kit planes available. Everything seems to be either foam or ARF. I enjoy building probably more than flying, so I started looking for my "next" plane, a low wing with some stability, but more capable than a trainer.

I've sent my LHS on a mission to get me a Sig Four Star 20EP. In my 'previous life' I built two Sig kits, so I know the quality I can expect. However, getting one has proven to be a problem, so I began looking for alternates. I found the BMJR Models Spacewalker (42" span) and Astro Hog (36" span) kits. Does anyone have any experience with these kits? If so, what are your opinions (quality, laser cutting, hardware, instructions, etc?)
Put me down for a "4Star40". Built one up a while back, did a lot of flying with it. Power back then was an Astroflight geared 40 brush motor and a 22 Cell Nicad pack. (Sold it to a club member who completely recovered it, and made a brand new airplane out of it)

That would really be a nice setup with modern brushless motors and Lipo or A123 batteries.

Don't know if kits are still available.

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Put me down for a "4Star40". Built one up a while back, did a lot of flying with it.

Don't know if kits are still available.

Denny,

My LHS still has kits for them. Do you have the plans left? I need to build a new wing for my 4*40 and dont remember the chord sizes or the span. Seems like the profile was a NACA 0011 or so....


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Denny,

My LHS still has kits for them. Do you have the plans left? I need to build a new wing for my 4*40 and dont remember the chord sizes or the span. Seems like the profile was a NACA 0011 or so....


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Hey, I found the drawings for the 4*40. The drawings also includes the airfoil shape and wing layout.

Send me a private message, the drawings are yours for $2.00 postage.

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Denny,

My LHS still has kits for them. Do you have the plans left? I need to build a new wing for my 4*40 and dont remember the chord sizes or the span. Seems like the profile was a NACA 0011 or so....


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The 4*40 wing section is a 'TLAR' (That Looks About Right!) by designer Bruce Tharpe - arguably one of the best RC sports designers around. It is easy to build, being flat from mainspar to TE, but its inverted performance is fine for we sports aerobatic lovers.

A scratch built model could be made from the plans - the parts detailing is goog enough for that. Sig not only sell their kit plans, they sell parts like canopies too.

Idle thought of the day. Many 4*40 owners have gone with the 53" span clipwing - the kit wing minus a bay each side. This clipwing thing spread to Bruce Tharpe's 'other' range design, the 'Venture 60' to such an extent that Bruce announced his approval of this modification on his 'BTE Engineering' pages.

Not sure if anyone's done a clipwing 4*20 yet...

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Ya.. I was really embarrassed when I crashed that texan into the barn. You should have heard the crash. I thought ...What if that had been a person. Fortunately no one was injured and it didn't even dent the roof. All the parts slid up the roof, over the top and most made it to the ground on the other side. Some remain in the gutter. Oh well.

Anyway that episode made more aware of the liability involved.
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Ya.. I was really embarrassed when I crashed that texan into the barn. You should have heard the crash. I thought ...What if that had been a person. Fortunately no one was injured and it didn't even dent the roof. All the parts slid up the roof, over the top and most made it to the ground on the other side. Some remain in the gutter. Oh well.

Anyway that episode made more aware of the liability involved.
Besides my own insurance i have been a member of the AMA for 35 years for their extra coverage ,you kinda have to if you want to fly big stuff around people. I did sift one through tree tops at a water funfly not to long ago and i was comming around for a news paper photo when it happened. That was embarrassing ! lol
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