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Old 04-25-2007, 07:18 AM
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Hi all,

This is a photo of the new CPLR plane named OSMOSE.

Only one photo in black and white.

The plane is built by CAMODEL

wingspan 1900 mm
Fuse length 1980 mm

Nice plane

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Looks like he's still using that T thingy on top, he must like it.
Good looking airplane.

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Old 04-25-2007, 01:05 PM
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Its interesting that the only pic is in B/W.
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Old 04-25-2007, 05:38 PM
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Think I see a gas line out the side - not electric!

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Old 04-26-2007, 03:38 AM
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Not electric plane,

CPLR's sponsored by YS so, I think (personnal advice) that he still use this type of engine ....

In France we don't have new about this plane, the only one photo is in B&W !!!....

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The plane has a great look. I hope CA can produce it with the quality that the Europeans are used to. Mike
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I hope CA can produce it with the quality that the Europeans are used to.
Hummm...and so do the Europeans.
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The photo and the name are very interesting.
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I've noticed that as well!! . Hmmm klagunfurt? Do you know Hanno!
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Old 04-28-2007, 02:53 AM
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Yes Hanno PRETTNER the only one, the king of the king, the best F3A ppilot of the planet .....

Great man .....
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Hi
A little story from me.
It was 1976. I go to a Model club. I saw a jung man flying with his father. I said to me: I will do the same. That looks so perfect. I don't know where was this man. Later I have experienced who that was. Yes it was Hanno, and I am very proud on it that I fly in the same Club. But this is not the place for storys.

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Old 04-28-2007, 07:12 AM
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Hi all
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Zeque anyone?
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Or maybe an Integral ? ( with a T on top )
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Zeque anyone?
Nope, don't see any Zeque at all. Well it has a propeller if that was what you were thinking.
Integral?
No more than it has a wing, a stab and it French.

No, the shock and horrifying truth is....
it looks like an Oxalys. Albeit slightly fatter.

Its a typical evolutionary design.
OSMOSE based on an Oxalys.
An Oxalys based on a Synergy.
Synergy based on an Alliance.
Alliance based on what was learnt from a Topline (forgetting the strange designs between the two).
All rather straight forward stuff, no voodoo.
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The line that Christophe has on the belly is a little interesting. It bulges out, then sucks back in, I wonder where he's trying to go there?
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Old 04-28-2007, 10:07 AM
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I do like that Japenese landing gear. It adds a lot to the look of a pattern plane.
Canopy very far forward.
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Hi

I agree with Blabla.
I talked with Christophe (last French Championship). His méthodology is to improve his differents planes by finding solutions to erase theirs weak points.
He don't change the design to do beautifull or to do pleasure himself.
So he don't copy anyplane (he is world championship with his own plane he designed himself (Synergie, Alliance, Oxalys).
I'm a little disapoint he keeps his T canalizer that I don't like.
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Note that canopy is removable. May be wing is 2 pieces !

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If the canopy is removable and the wing is 2 pieces it will be easy to convert it to electric.
I think it will be smart if CA Models will produce an electric version.

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Looks like twister with a TC and clear canopy to me!

Najary, will you go for electric?
I herd about a new Dingo 170 on the way to Israel!

Does any one have some more details on this new "Twister"?

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Yes Ram
I am going electric
The new Dingo 170 will be for the Oxalys

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Nice!
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I asked CA about availability and price and their email response 2 days ago said it would be about 30 days before it was announced and they did not have any prices yet.

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those picture look familiar - I wonder where you found them !???
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