Designed by John Tanzer, the Sopwith Camel is not difficult to build, and assembly at the field is very easy. Both wings are one piece; there aren't any flying wires to contend with. The Camel has a very short nose, so you should keep all weight as far forward as possible. All up weight to 18 pounds - light for its size. Additional Information: Type: scale WW I British fighter (biplane) Wingspan: 77 in. Length: 50 in. Weight: 18 lb. Wing Area: 1,848 sq. in. Wing Loading: 21 oz./sq. ft. Airfool: flat-bottom Radio req'd: 4-channel (aileron, elevator, throttle and rudder) Engine: 35- 45cc petrol engines
The Belair Parts Set features accurately laser cut parts, such as firewall, formers , wing ribs, plus all the shaped balsa and plywood parts shown on the plan. Builder needs to supply standard strip and covering. Start building today. Plan is not included and is available directly from Model Airplane News.