Sukhoi Su-29

Jul 07, 2014 No Comments by

Sport-scale 2-place aerobatic trainer

HAD designed a1/4-scalemodel of the  Su-26, so the decision to build the new Su-29 was not difficult to make. After receiving 3-view drawings and technical information from Bob Banka at Scale Model Research*, I started my new project. I decided on an 80-inch-span model that would be IMAA-legal and light enough to fly with my trusty SuperTigre* .90. I knew my .90 would easily pull a 10-pound model, so that was my target weight (minus fuel, the finished weight was 10 pounds, 4 ounces). When I had finished all of the designing, I started the construction process with the wing.

To read more, click the link to open the PDF: X07961 Sukhoi SU-29


About the author

The model aviation authority. Model Airplane News delivers the thrill and passion of building and flying RC aircraft. Known as the magazine that started it all, Model Airplane News was launched in 1929, and remains the bible of the RC business. Written by renowned experts in the field, Model Airplane News ignites readers' passion for RC flight, effectively guides their buying decisions.
No Responses to “Sukhoi Su-29”
Copyright © Air Age Media. All rights reserved.