Dare Sopwith Triplane (Rubber/Free Flight)

Dare Sopwith Triplane (Rubber/Free Flight)
by Brodak

Item#DA-544

Availability: In stock

$59.95

Quick Overview

This is a stunningly realistic rubber model and an outstanding performer. It will be a welcomed addition to your fleet of Dare Design models. Another "true scale" design from Mike Midkiff.










Dare Sopwith Triplane (Rubber/Free Flight)

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Specifications

Wing Span: 24.5"
Plane Length: 18.25"
Wing Area: 200 sq. in.
Engine:

Details

The spring of 1917the RNAS was issued a new single seat scout, the Sopwith Ttriplane. Known popularly as the Tripe Hound. This was the first triplane layout aircraft to get into combat. Its unique appearance made a startling impact on flyers on both side of the trenches. Developed for the RFC it was rejected as being too flimsy for the sluggling taking lace on the western front. The war office traded the yet unbuilt Sopwith design for the Naval Spad VII. This was possibly the biggest mistake the RFC ever made.

Additional Information

SKU DA-544

Kit Features

All laser cut parts, as do all Dare designs. It can be build and flown as electric radio control, free flight electric or as a rubber powered model. All the wheel parts necessary to build the wheels as shown in the picture are included in the kit. Also included are the vacuum-formed dummy radial engine and the Vickers machine gun. We include Dare covering material, full-size plans and instructions, rigging material 1/g wire and the best balsa you'll find anywhere. Stub area: 29 sq.in. Weight: Rubber 4 oz. F/F Electric 6.5 oz. R/C 8 oz. Power: Rubber 3-looops of 1/8" Tan FAI II, 18" long Elec F/F: Imp 30 motor with a 2 x 1/10 mah battery pack, or an EPU-3 motor with 2 to 5 cell mah battery R/C: EPU-3 motor with 2-cell li-poly battery, plus a 5 amp Esc. Prop for the Imp 30 motoer is a 6-3. Prop for the EPU-3 motor is a 7-7.
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