"The best inverted performance of any plane I have ever flown!"
The Comanche was the first EPP Sailplane made. The original version was called the "Ruffneck." It was later designed to look more like the Piper Comanche. With a SD6061 airfoil, it flies very fast, with great energy retention and capability of inverted flight. The Comanche is a very aerobatic plane as well as a combat plane with a good recovery rate.
Wing Span: 48"
Wing Area: 408 Sq. In.
Weight: 22 oz.
EPP foam wing panels with precut spar slots
Hot wire cut EPP foam fuse
Coroplast (corrugated plastic) stabilizer and fin
¼ in diameter carbon fiber spars with aluminum joiner tube
Instruction Manual with diagrams
4 channel radio
3 mini servos
500 mh battery
Other Items you will need to build the Comanche:
3M M77 spray contact cement
Double sided outdoor carpet tape
1 ½ " or 2" strapping tape
Goop or White Gorilla Glue
Colored packing tape or Ultracoat for covering
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