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Turning a Superstar to an Inline A500

Old 12-10-2003, 01:18 AM
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Recently I buried my friend's Superstar into the ground due to radio interference. The front of it is destroyed and the wings have slight damage. If anyone has the plans for this plane I would appreciate it so that I may rebuild it.

Furthermore, I would like to turn this trainer into an Adam 500 corporate plane. This plane is a new concept by Adam Aircraft Industries of Englewood, Colorado, which looks much like the Cessna Skymaster. Take a look at it in the links provided to get a picture of it. I was thinking of rebuilding the front of the Superstar, put a .46 LA, and then chop off the back half of the fuselage, put a motor mount and another .46 LA with a pusher prop. I was just wondering if this design would be feasible. My main concern is if the top wing could hold the back wing with dual rudders and also how to balance it right.

Its gonna take a lot of balsa wood and epoxy so if anyone can help me out with this design, I would appreciate it. THANKS!

PS- If you want to send me a drawing on how to do it please email me at [email protected]



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