T-6 TEXAN (FSP 04821)

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The very first Uravitch de­sign to be pub­lished is this eas­ily con­structed, penny-pinch­ing sport racer. The all-balsa built-up de­sign orig­i­nally used in­su­la­tion foam for its tur­tle deck and the bot­tom of a soda bot­tle as a cowl. It has a 44-inch wing­span and is 31 inches long. It is de­signed around the O.S. Max .15 glow en­gine for power, and it uses a 4-chan­nel ra­dio for aileron, rud­der, throt­tle, and el­e­va­tor con­trol. Sev­eral other .15-size Reno Racer de­signs fol­lowed the Texan. The T-6 was fea­tured in both the April 1982 and the July 1987 is­sues of MAN.

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