Great Planes Sopwith Camel

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An electric powered, Almost-Ready-to-Fly, ElectriFly by Great Planes Sopwith Camel WW1 Park Flyer Airplane.




FEATURES: Construction: Laser cut balsa and plywood

          Wings: One piece each bi-wing configuration with painted cabanes and

            interplane struts

          Covering: Factory applied Top Flite MonoKote

          Battery Compartment: Accessible under magnetic cover at front of


          Cowling: Vacuum formed plastic, radial engine detail

          Landing Gear: Pre-bent and factory painted in Red

          Wheels: Two 3″ (76mm) diameter lightweight foam tires

          Aileron Control: Dual servo on top wing

          Pilot Bust: One-piece painted

          Hardware: Complete package designed for light weight and precise

           control response

          Building Time: Ready to fly in six to eight hours

          Warranty: Great Planes Model Manufacturing Company guarantees this

            kit free from defects in both materials and workmanship at

            the date of purchase.


INCLUDES: Sopwith Camel WW1 Park Flyer Sport Scale Airplane with pre-bent

            landing gear, scale wheels, wing struts, wood servo trays, scale

            machine gun and pilot, hardware package, photo-illustrated

            instructions decals, vacuum formed radial engine


SPECS:    Wingspan: 35.5″ (900mm)

          Wing Area: 389 sq in (25.1 sq dm)

          Weight: 21.1 – 26.3oz (595 – 745g)

          Wing Loading: 7.8 – 9.7oz sq ft (24 – 30g/sq dm)

          Length: 25″ (630mm)

          Airfoil: Flat bottom

          Center of Gravity: 2-7/8″ (73mm) Back from the wing’s leading edge

          Control Throws-                  High Rate                    Low Rate

            Elevator: Up & Down       1/2″ (13mm)   15°        5/16″  (8mm) 10°

            Rudder: Right to Left       1″ (25.4mm) 22°          1-1/4″ (32mm) 17°

            Ailerons: Up & Down       5/8″ (16mm)   19°        3/8″ (10mm) 16°

Updated: July 16, 2015 — 10:17 AM
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