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    Super Tiger Moth

    Super Tiger Moth

    Big, elegant and easy to fly
    78" wingspan, 65-3/4" long, 1,842 sq. in. wing area (12-3/4 sq. ft.), 14-1/4 lbs. flying weight. The Tiger Moth was a primary trainer for thousands of pilots; our Super Tiger Moth could train hundreds more. Decorated in the DeHavilland School of Flying colors and sporting a scale instrument flying hood on the rear cockpit, the airplane looks ready for another training mission. Beautifully built of balsa and plywood, pre-covered with heat-shrink film. The elevator and rudder are pull-pull controlled with a scale appearance. Wings have full wire bracing but once assembled they can be detached from the fuselage without having to remove flying wires. This makes the airplane much easier to transport and set up. The scale landing gear is completely pre-assembled and ready to install. Battery hatch on the bottom of the nose gives easy access to the flight batteries. Flight times are over 10 minutes of smooth, graceful flying. For 4-channels: Ailerons (2 servos), Elevator, Rudder and Throttle.

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    Junior Member
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    Apr 2010
    Russell Springs, KY

    Re: Super Tiger Moth

    Is there a recommended glow engine for this beauty?
    Nope...nuthin witty here.....

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    Senior Member Jay Burkart's Avatar
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    Jun 2009
    Smithfield KY

    Re: Super Tiger Moth

    It really is an electric motor design.
    I can't find any reference to glow or 4 cycle engine.
    Maybe someone will post here if they have built one and adapted a engine.
    Jay Burkart
    SAM Grand Champion 2004.07,10,12

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