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    can you identify this model sea plane ??

    This is for a friend of mine. He bought this plane built. It had kraft epuipment in it so i assume it's from the 70's or 80's. it's a 40 size plane.

    WE NEED THE CG !! if anyone knows the c.g. or can tell us how to calculate it....this would be appreciated greatly by us.

    actually ...any info woud be great !!
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    RE: can you identify this model sea plane ??

    Try http://adamone.rchomepage.com/cg_canard.htm

    Cool looking model, good luck with it

    Dave H
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    RE: can you identify this model sea plane ??

    thanks...that helps !!

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    RE: can you identify this model sea plane ??

    looks like something the late Andy Lennon would have designed........
    All I ask is for a chance to prove that money can\'t make me happy......

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    RE: can you identify this model sea plane ??

    One thing to remember with a pusher engine: They overheat unless they are flying.  Revving them up on the ground is just a way to cook them. Be quick about setting the needle valve.
    Jim Casey/Seaplane Nerd
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