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Old 06-14-2005, 04:55 PM
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I'm trying to remember the name of a slope combat plane that I flew 20 years ago. It had a poly fuselage that was all but indestructible, white foam stabs, elevator and wing (don't remember if it had a rudder). The stabs fit into notches in the tail and were just taped in place (quick change). The wing (around 48" span) had a semi-symmetrical cross-section, ailerons and no dihedral. Mine had a yellow fuse and my friend's was orange. These were tough birds as they survived a number of in flight mishaps (we tried to knock each other out of the air). Mine even survived T-boning the hill where it stuck, nose buried about 4" into the dirt. I gave it away when I left the coast, but am wondering what it was and if they are still being made.


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Pink Floyd?
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Super Cheeta. Tough plane and fairly fast for its time. Look on Ebay, or RCGroups for sale section. I almost bought one a few years ago for $75 bucks, NIB, so they are around.

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