@ Got Incon
: I have sent you an email with some info. As soon as I receive the plans, i'll take them to the local kinkos and get them copied on their OCA large format copier. I am not sure what the TOC MOD for the plane is but I can get in contact with Carden and ask what it entails.
I am not familier with the Brison myself but there website states :Suitable for planes from 19-32 lbs depending on wing loading. So you should be OK.
I am fitting my Carden with a G-62 that I had on a 96" cap. That plane was running 24lbs wet and swung a 22-10 zinger prop. It did not have the power required for 3-D maneuvers but it did ok. That plane is gone now, due to the carburator coming loose on takeoff
I am fitting my 300s with the following servos,
Hitec HS-700BB Quarter scale for the rudder - setting up as pull pull of course with a bel crank. Great servo and reasonably priced!
Hitec HS-605BB Dual bearings for the elevators - qty 2
Hitec HS-605BB Dual bearings for the ailerons
and standard Hitec for the throttle
As far as the Carbon Spar goes. You can get in contact with Don's Hobbies out of Kansas.
(785) 827-3222 * 1819 S. Broadway, Salinas, KS 67401
I bought an aluminum spar and phenolic tube from him, very nice and helpful!
I am sure he carries them but let me inform you that they cost a pretty penny.
And if in the event you gain to much gravity on the plane during flight. It would be a great loss.
The weight of the aluminum spar won't reflect the planes weight that much anyhow at anything over 15 lbs unless you are really into the 3-D stuff so I have been told..
On the rudder servos. Are you sure it is not a servo for each elevator half? I only have two servo holes in my tail.......
Thanks for the tips. I actually have thought about the foam forming then sheeting, starting cutting one out and decided to wait till I can actually get some photos of the fuselage building before I finish them in foam. Last resort thing.
You can see in my photos up top that I have finished the fuselage less the wing formers, Their building was not up to my specks so I enhanced it a Tad for strength with the 1/8" Lite plywood side walls and engine mount.
. When I get the plans, I'll copy them and send to who ever needs them, not sure how much a tube costs USPS but can't be that much.
Love to see some picts of completed Carden 300 30%'s planes as well on here.