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Old 10-22-2018, 07:36 PM
Chris Nicastro
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We had a little problem with the landing gear on his big Mulligan or it would have flown but I’m pretty sure it will be fast with its thin wings.

TimD what prop are you using and what RPM are you seeing on the ground/air?

My FG84/Keleo is modified by Ray English and turns a Xoar 24x14 at 7400rpm in the air. It’s in a Top Flight Corsair and weighs about 27 pounds dry. Just for comparison...
The Mulligan has a 100 inch span and has the 90 in it.