Double Trouble

Design by Jerry Hagood

The Combat Foamie designed by Jerry Hagood has proven to be a lot of fun. Jerry and his club mates have been enjoying the exhilarating world of full contact combat flying with models like the Combat Foamie. As you might suspect, combat fliers are always looking for ways to get an edge on their opponent. Jerry is no exception and has taken the Combat Foamie to a new level by adding a second motor. The resulting model is known as Double Trouble. Like the Combat Foamie, Double Trouble is constructed from fanfold foam. The relatively inexpensive material, sold at home improvement stores, allows for quick building model airplanes that are durable and easy to repair. The latter feature is especially good when it comes to full contact combat models. If you are looking for a bit of an adrenalin rush with a smaller model, take a look at Jerry's Double Trouble.

A model built from this plan package has a wing span of 27 3/4 inches with an overall length of 20 1/2 inches. The total flying surface area is 418square inches. The total flying weight will depend on the materials used, the selected motor, and battery pack.. The total flying weight should be in the range of 13 ounces. The plan package includes an illustrated assembly guide and full size part templates are created by assembling keyed printed pages.

To make sure the plan package can be printed on all generally available printers it has been set up to print on 8 1/2 by 14 inch sheets of paper (U.S. Legal Size). The plan package includes an illustrated assembly guide, and full size part templates. It is important to note that you should have any print scaling (print to fit printer margins for example) turned off when printing the content of the provided Adobe PDF file. Click here to download (2.38 mb)


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