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Old 06-27-2012, 07:20 PM
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Hello can anyone help identify this biplane? Do you know the specifications, performancerecordor contact details for the manufacturer?

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Old 06-27-2012, 07:23 PM
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Custom built by gernot bruckman and his father. Not for purchase.

Andrew jesky bought that plan e and repainted it.

I believe it was called seduction.

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Old 06-27-2012, 07:37 PM
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Chuck is right, the model is the Sensation (Gernot Bruckmann's model).







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The airplane is available for purchase. You must contact Gernot Bruckmann in order to get the model. Probably best place is either his website or facebook.
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Kool looking plane!

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Basic kit is around $1300 if I remember, but shipping is kind of a killer from Europe.
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The actual plane in that picture is Mark Leseberg's Sensation (Gernot's design). It is for sale after the Nats RTF less RX and batteries.
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Thanks for the corrections, my memory was from some time ago and what I had heard at the NATS last year.

1300 is a bargain but alas, shipping is a bear.

If you are into building, check out the Harmony 2 at insightrc.com , the plane is a a blast to fly and perfroms very well.

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Thomas,

I think you need to spend BIG to win BIG.

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If you are into building, check out the Harmony 2 at insightrc.com , the plane is a a blast to fly and perfroms very well.

Chuck Hochhalter
I'd agree with that statement Chuck!

Wood is being cut as I type. Well I hope it is.....

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Thanks everyone! Please keep the comments coming!
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Thanks everyone! Please keep the comments coming!
Are smart arse comments ok?

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Are smart arse comments ok?
Only if they are half-arsed...
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Oh I'm in then!

I have to admit, thats one mean looking bipe!

I keep hearing that biplanes are better generally but suffer in wind. Would you be an idiot to fly one in Chigago or Dodge City? I live in a city with similar amounts of moving air, and it's always crossed to the box!
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hello,
does any one have any more info on the "sensation" :motor used.
:esc.
: servos .
: weight ready to fly?.
: prop/spinner.
: painted /wings filmed.
this would be most helpful,pics of internal lay out etc.

regards
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Some info of 2 Sensations I know about (should be close to accurate)

#1
Pletty Advanced
CC 80 I think
Futaba 153BLS and maybe BLS151 on rudder
4700g w 10S 5000
Marquette and 21x14 Falcon
Painted Fuse, Monokoted wings/stabs

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Hacker Q-80 11S
CC 80 I think
JR 3711HV's all around
~4800 w 10S 4350
Carbon and Falcon 21x14
Painted fuse and Ultracote wings/tail
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