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    Staudacher S300

    Hi, does anyone ever built this airplane from plans? or has seen one ? or knows someone who has done it?

    Just want to know something about it...

    Here are some pics
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    RE: Staudacher S300

    i dont think there are many 75 inch ones out there, theres one featured in mod airp news , feb 07, its a lap map , 64 span. you can get plans for it and , i think laser cut parts .
    the supercraft staud ARF is no longer arround , that was a sweet looking bird .

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    I had a CG Staudacher with a 108 engine in it. Very nice plane. Lots of power and a good al rounder plane.
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    RE: Staudacher S300

    I have the Goldberg Stadaucher. It flies much bigger than it is. A great flyer! I used a ST 90 in mine.

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    if i had a favorite SCALE Acrobat , it would definately be the STAUD, but there seems to be a real lack of staud kits out there.
    from what i just researched, i think
    G Berg is all out of parts.

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    RE: Staudacher S300


    ORIGINAL: xcead

    Hi, does anyone ever built this airplane from plans? or has seen one ? or knows someone who has done it?

    Just want to know something about it...

    Here are some pics
    rather than going for a Staudacher build a Katana 75" span..flies much better.. precise & smooth.
    I will say it only once Yak 54 the best aerobatic plane ever made.

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    RE: Staudacher S300

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    quote:
    rather than going for a Staudacher build a Katana 75" span..flies much better.. precise & smooth.
    That statement really helped him now, didn't it. [sm=75_75.gif]

    That was as bad as tring to go to a local hobby shop with a Super Tigre question, and having them respond, "Get rid of the Super Tigre and buy an O.S."

    Completely disrespectful and rude.

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    RE: Staudacher S300


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    highfly3D-
    quote:
    rather than going for a Staudacher build a Katana 75'' span..flies much better.. precise & smooth.
    That statement really helped him now, didn't it. [sm=75_75.gif]

    That was as bad as tring to go to a local hobby shop with a Super Tigre question, and having them respond, ''Get rid of the Super Tigre and buy an O.S.''

    Completely disrespectful and rude.

    Brian
    Hi Brian,

    I am sorry but i didn't mean to be disrespectful. I was in the same boat some time back then i got plans for the katana of that same size & i build it up... If you want i can help you with the plans.

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    I agree with High, I was just asking about the Staudacher because i like the plane, thats all.

    The cost of building a Staudacher or a Katana from plans, its the same. Some may like katanas, some may like Staudacher

    High; do you still have the plans of the katana?

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    a staud has a certain look to it that not many other planes have. the lap map plans are available at RCSTORE.COM
    try lasercutusa.com for the parts. it was 07 , so i dont know, pic from the magazine is blury , i think rcstores phone number is at the top
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    RE: Staudacher S300

    I have two 27% Staudachers for sale.

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    what are the demensions of a 27% staud?

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    The span is 80".

    I could get a photo.

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    RE: Staudacher S300

    How much for the Staudacher? Just the fuselage? Also, Do you have the plans for sale? I will love to scratch build one.

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    RE: Staudacher S300


    ORIGINAL: xcead

    Hi, does anyone ever built this airplane from plans? or has seen one ? or knows someone who has done it?

    Just want to know something about it...

    Here are some pics

    If you want to built one from those plans use a DWG Viewer that provide measuring of those plans. I downloaded this one (http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet...112&id=9078813) and will start a build of it soon and for power will use a Zenoah 20cc engine.


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