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Bud Nosen 101-inch Big Stick - Eindecker Scheme

Bud Nosen 101-inch Big Stick - Eindecker Scheme

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08-17-2018, 05:42 PM | Replies: 3 | Views: 186
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    $700
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  • Location Tulsa, OK, USA
  • Condition New
  • Manufacturer Bud Nosen
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This is brand new, just finished Bud Nosen Eindecker scheme Big Stick. 101 inches on the wingspan.

This was meticulously built by Claud Christ out of Tulsa. It has a DLE 55 for power (Gobs of power). All Hitech Servos. Solartex covering. Absolutely beautiful!

This has was maidened last week and it flies beautifully. Vertical climb. Great flyer. What else could you say, it is a stick.

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Old 08-18-2018, 07:27 PM
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Is this a two piece wing? What can you tell me about this model......batteries for the ignition? flight batteries? Switch included? Extensions for servos included? Which servos - analog or digital? Can you post a close up picture or two of the landing gear or send me some pictures by email? ajs2126@comcast.net In order for me to transport it, I may have to take the landing gear off so it will fit into the van with my other plane.
I will be attending the Dayton Dawn Patrol Rendezvous in September - could this be delivered to that event?...Ö.I know a couple of guys from your neck of the woods will also be attending.
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Old 08-18-2018, 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by R/C Art View Post
Is this a two piece wing? What can you tell me about this model......batteries for the ignition? flight batteries? Switch included? Extensions for servos included? Which servos - analog or digital? Can you post a close up picture or two of the landing gear or send me some pictures by email? ajs2126@comcast.net In order for me to transport it, I may have to take the landing gear off so it will fit into the van with my other plane.
I will be attending the Dayton Dawn Patrol Rendezvous in September - could this be delivered to that event?...Ö.I know a couple of guys from your neck of the woods will also be attending.
Thanks,
Art
ps this is my other plane
Servos are hitech 5645 digitalis.

One piece wing. Thatís the hard part for transportation. But makes assembly at the field so easy. Literally 3 minutes.

Gear is really cool. Bungee. Just stands tall.

Miracle switch with fuel dot. One battery for ignition. One for flight pack. 2800mah 6.6v LiFe

DLE opto kill switch. 32oz tank.

Its about as easy and simple as can be. Flies beautifully.

I will Iíll see if one of the guys has room to haul it up to Dayton. Thatís the week after our warbirds event here. Youíll have to wait on photos.



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Old 08-19-2018, 06:03 AM
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You're right, that one piece wing will be a bear for me to transport. I wonder how difficult it might be to make it into a two piece wing? Do you or Claude still have the plans?
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