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Author Topic: Doug Stout's Arrow Canard build (split off from the Stunt kite design tool)  (Read 356388 times)
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« Reply #615 on: April 17, 2019, 05:15 PM »

Thief,

Like the Bird of Prey 76 made from PC31, the Raptor 74F can be flown indoors in a large room and outdoors in wind less than 10 mph.

Yours in kiting,

Doug
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« Reply #616 on: May 06, 2019, 10:17 AM »

Finished my Raptor 74F and the initial flight tests look very promising.  Fly's like my Bird of Prey 76.  Will have it with me at the Wildwood International Kite Festival Indoor Event over the Memorial Day weekend.  The following provides a few pictures.  Most of the wrinkles in the fabric seen in the second and third pictures are due to the rock wall.

Yours in kiting,

Doug


Raptor 74F - 24 PC31 Panels plus the White 1/8 in. wide PC31 Pin Striping around the Gray Simulated Cockpit


Raptor 74F on the Left and Raptor 48F on the Right as a Point of Reference


Raptor 74F on the Left and Bird of Prey 76 Patriotic Eagle on the Right as a Point of Reference
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« Reply #617 on: May 06, 2019, 12:04 PM »

Love the cockpit!
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