Wing Area: 170 SQ IN
Weight RTF: 18 OZ
Here are photos of my Bearcat. This model is built from the stock kit, covered with .56 ounce glass cloth and epoxy and painted with Floquil Military Paints.
Here's a detail from the
AutoCAD plans. All formers and templates are shown
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The Bearcat Speed 400 was featured as a construction project in the January, 1999 issue of Model Airplane News. Like its Hellcat stablemate, it's an easy to build warbird of balsa and foam construction. It's designed for a 6V Speed 400 motor on 7 or 8 cells. It can also be powered by a small brushless motor.
Recommended flight hardware:
Power: 6V Speed 400 motor, Graupner #1328 prop adapter,
Graupner 6 X 4 prop, 20 amp BEC speed controller, 8-cell NiMH
battery or 2200-2S Lipo pack, micro radio gear.
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