ECOMRC SCOTISH AVIATION BULL DOG 87" WINGSPAN IMAA LEGAL
Wing Span: 87", Length: 61", Wing area: 9.3 sq. ft., Wing Loading: 28.4oz/sq.
Flying Weight: 11.4 lbs., Radio: 6 ch & 6 servos, Gas Engine: 26cc - 40cc.
Prop Recommendations: : 2-blade is scale. 18x8 to 20x10
Servo Requirements: 100 oz-sq-in minimum
Features: All wood construction. Pre-Covered, Prepainted Fiberglass cowl, all hardware is included.
Removable wings with Carbon Fiber wing tubes included, Oleo Strut Nose gear.
HISTORICAL FACTS The Scottish Aviation Bulldog is a British two-seat side-by-side (with optional third seat) training aircraft designed by Beagle Aircraft as the B.125 Bulldog. The prototype Bulldog first flew on 19 May 1969 at Shoreham Airport.
A quote from Dbp7966 "The flight characteristics where great, very smooth in all aspects of the flight. She is not twitchey in any way at all, the landings are very stable. She comes in OK on landings come in at 45 degrees as seen on the video. This is not a beginners build unless supervised, it is a very nice plane to introduce into petrols and low wing planes.
I would rate her 10 out of 10."
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