Second flight a little better, number 3 will happen on a calm day, Maybe more differential as well.
Hey Joe great catch on the One Design, I have two, a Godfrey that you picked out and a Frank Knoll design that I'm still trying to match paint.
And the tail wheel, the spring is 1095 spring steel hardened and tempered. Duplicate of a Scott 3000 tail wheel used on the Champ. It's a heavy little thing. The wheel is 2" diameter.
Happening again, this photo is rotated 90 degrees from what I see on my computer? Any rate here is the landing gear, 5/8", 1/2" and 1/4" chrome moly tube
Here are the seats Joe, the receivers will be installed under the back seat and the batteries go under the front seat. Seat frames are 1/4" aluminum KS tube jointed with JB Weld.
The photo worked right this time, just don't understand it? Anyway here's the Champ powerplant, Roto 85 Four stroke, the engine is baffled for cooling.