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Old 04-27-2012, 07:26 PM   #1
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WWRC is pleased to announce the release of the Laminar Wing 20cc Sbach.

This airframe was developed to take advantage of the modern 20 to 23cc gas powered engines. With a 67 inch wingspan and 1450 square inches of wing area.

The anticipated ship date is May 25.

Features two fiberglass fuse tubes.... Carbon Fiber Wing Tube and carbon fiber wing tube receiver... CNC wing and fuse parts, all wood to build the airframe, build plans and Tetherite Giant Scale landing gear.

See more info here.

http://www.wrongwayrc.com/WrongWay_20cc_Sbach.html

If you are on the list and have not been contacted this weekend, be sure to send me an email

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and reserve your plane...

It is important to notice.... that this airframe is very large for a 20cc airframe. Depending on how you calculate it it is around 90% of the size of the WWRC 30cc LamYak.

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Old 04-27-2012, 07:36 PM   #2
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I think I'm gonna get in trouble with the wife, lol! Put me on that list!
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Old 04-27-2012, 08:25 PM   #3
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Looks good , maybe one day i will be caught up and can get one of these going .

When you gonna start ARF`ing these things ?
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Man I want on a E-fag setup. Would be one bad boy.
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Old 04-28-2012, 04:09 AM   #5
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Default Re: WWRC 20cc Sbach

We found the single tube fuse was not enough so we re-designed it for two tubes. Would pick up a couple of oz in the extra tube and wood, would loose a little in the carbon tube and other wood selection.

The proto came out to 8 lbs 7 oz with single A123-2300, otherwise, the profile muffler I use is 1 oz heavier than DLE.

We are targeting this plane to build in the 8.5 lb range and, a DLE-20 will pull it like the one in the vid below.

This is Colton flying the prototype.

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I think I'm gonna get in trouble with the wife, lol! Put me on that list!

Got ya!
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Cyber Monday sale. Limited availability.

We have just stocked the latest version of this kit. Perfect balance for DLE-20.

The WWRC-20cc is a proven design to take the rigors of hard 3D flight, can go for years (please miss Terra Firma to make it happen) ....Often imitated... never duplicated. ...This is a Wild Fred/WWRC Designed plane.


This kit now features a carbon fiber wing tube... and carbon fiber wing tube receiver... If you have ever seen the beautiful carbon tube/receiver work in the Krill models... you will see them here.

This kit does not come with hardware. We have a quality WWRC hardwae package that can be added..

To build this plane to ARF stage you will need glue, hardware, landing gear plus covering and a tail wheel.

Reg price for the kit only plus shipping is $219.99. Cyber Monday - $199.99 plus shipping (free WWRC T shirt [Sizes/availability] limitied)

This kit ships in one 6x6x48 boxes at 8 pound.

Sale can end without notice (Limited quantities).. You cannot order from the website but must contact us at WWRC. WrongWayRc@hotmail.com or call 308.308.1481

Here is mine at the GTG in August... PHuck sticking it...
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Man I want on a E-fag setup. Would be one bad boy.
How would you attach the battery? Plus a 5s or 6s would weigh alot!
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How would you attach the battery? Plus a 5s or 6s would weigh alot!


You would have to decide on your weight/placement of the electric motor/prop/speed control/battery versus a DLE-20 and its associated hardware (ignition) and the fuel tank to see where to place your setup. That is the best part about building your own kit.

A DLE 20 with the ignition and associate mounting hardware (no prop) is nearly 30 ounces. An 11 oz fuel tank full of fuel can be 11 to 14 ounces (estimated).

Battery (s) for electric motor are usually mounted externally up front with the motor.

When building the kit, you can make an area that can have the battery (s) with a range of motion to gain your best CG without adding weight.

Builders usually mount the battery on velcro with a velcro strap around it (through the fuse) and this has worked well.

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