I'm sheeting Quickie wings and I have a special offer for the beginning of this year. I'm going to do 10-12 wings at a price of $60 each plus $15 for shipping for 1-3 wings. Since it is building season I will get them done ASAP.
I sheet my wings with 1/16" contest balsa with 0.6 ounce cloth fully on the top and bottom. I have a technique using a roller where I only have to use less than an ounce of epoxy on each side. You can see it in my videos at http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...ckie+wing&sm=3
I put 1/64" plywood on the trailing edge. I also use 1.4 ounce cloth in a 2.5" strip on the trailing edge. I use 1" wide 0.007" carbon fiber laminate as the spars.
Even at the $60 price I will do the "Super" wing. The wing that Super T R/C was using at one point. It has 1/8" x 1/4" x 36" spruce spars. They do add .5 to .75 ounces to the weight. Super wings are generally around 11.7 to 11.9 ounces. The Standard wing with no carbon fiber leading edge is typically 9 ounces and the wing with the carbon fiber leading edge is typically around 10.5 to 11 ounces.
I have 66-012, the S8064 (Viper 500), and the MH17. I only do Super wings in the 66-012. I can do carbon fiber leading edge on the S8064, but I don't like to as it has sharper curves at the LE, especially on top. Unless you are flying 428, I recommend the Standard wing with or without the carbon fiber leading edge as they are plenty strong, even for 428.
Happy New Year,