GreatPlanes T-Craft KIT GP 1420 mm
- Product Manual (3,39 MB)
This kit is great for the intermediate flier who has successfully
mastered a sport low wing flying aircraft.
FEATURES: Easy-to-build, with CAD-engineered, precisely interlocking balsa and plywood construction Includes premium-quality hardware package Flies well using a 2-stroke .25 or 4-stroke .26, excellent aerobatic potential with a 2-stroke .32 or 4-stroke .30. Designed based on a full size clipped-wing Taylorcraft aircraft of the 1930s which was the predecessor to the classic Piper J-3 Cub Compact size is convenient to transport and well-suited for flying at small sites Any modeler with intermediate building experience can enjoy this kit
INCLUDES: All wood to build the kit, full size rolled plans, photo illustrated instruction manual w/reference plans, clear windshield, CA hinges, engine mount, hardware package, decal sheet, 3-piece ABS cowl and 2-piece ABS wheel pants.
REQUIRES: Engine: .25-.32 (4-5.3cc)(2-stroke) or .26-.30 (4-stroke)
Radio: 4 channel w/5 servos (3 standard and 2 micro for ailerons)
Covering: approx. Two 6-foot rolls with matching paint
Misc. items: prop, 2.5" main wheels, 1" tailwheel, 6oz fuel tank, ¼" foam rubber, fuel tubing, aluminun spinner nut, 1/6 scale pilot, 5/32" & 3/32" wheel collars, 24" Servo lead extensions and Y-harness, building and field equipment.
Wingspan: 56" (1422mm)
Wing Area: 496.7 sq in (32.0 sq dm)
Wing Loading: 17.5-21.0oz/sq ft (53.5-64.2g/sq dm)
Weight: 3.75-4.5lbs (1705-2045g)
prototype weight was around 3.75lbs
Length: 40.75" (1035mm)
Airfoil: NACA 23012, semi-symmetrical
Center of Gravity: 3" Back from the Leading Edge of Wing at Fuselage
Engine: +3° up thrust, this is needed because the wing
and stab are at a positive angle of attack.
Control throws: High Rate Low Rate
Elevator: (EACH WAY) ½" (12.7mm) 5/16" (8mm)
Rudder: (EACH WAY) 1" (25.4mm) ½" (12.7mm)
Ailerons: (EACH WAY) 5/8" (16mm) 7/16" (11mm)
COMMENTS: The cowl will cover the range of recommended engines but the cylinder head will protrude slightly in most cases. The muffler will be enclosed in the cowl with a 4-stroke engine but will protrude through the bottom of the cowl with a 2-stroke and the cowl must be trimmed accordingly. The firewall is indented to allow for inconspicuous mounting of the muffler, close to the fuselage. Pilot figure shown in the picture on the box is Not included This airplane is not designed for electric power so there are no instructions concerning this.