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Category Archives: Biplanes & Triplanes
Important note if you are attempting this repair. The front and rear cabane pins extend from the wing at two different angles, are two different sizes, and have holes drilled at two different locations. Make sure you know which pin … Continue reading
My Parkzone S.E.5a, moments before a pilot error resulted in a horrific crash.
I put an articulated pilot in my Dynam Waco. Here’s his first flight:
I’m getting a new pilot installed in the cockpit of my Dynam Waco biplane. My wife got me a Charles Darwin finger puppet for my birthday and he looked like the perfect pilot. I started by cutting a hole to … Continue reading
Thanks to a finger puppet I received for my birthday, I think I may finally have found a pilot for my Dynam Waco. Meet Chuck “Yeager” Darwin.
Some photos of my SE5a, weathered up a bit with pastel chalks.
My scratch-built Bipie biplane. The plane has an 18″ wingspan and weighs 4oz, ready to fly. Power is provided by a 3000 kV E-Flite outrunner, salvaged from a UMX Gee Bee. ESC and servos were also salvaged from the same Gee … Continue reading
My 50″ Dynam Waco.
Here’s my 1100mm RocHobby/FMS Waco, a Christmas gift from my wife.
Trying a new 12×6 Xoar Beechwood propeller from justmodelprops.com on my Parkzone SE5.