Wing Span: 32.5"
Wing area 234 sq. in.
Weight ready to fly 6.5 oz.
This is one of the newer aerobatic planes out there. The wing design is similar to some of the other aerobatic aircraft. What sets it apart is the short tail moment. In my testing this short coupled aircraft did not pick up any bad traits but gained incredible pitch and yaw authority. I am very pleased with how this plane flys. I also think that it has a destinctive look to it that sets it apart from the rest of the crowd. If you are tired of the same old airplane designs then this one might be the one for you!
More details can be found on the 32" Sbach 342 thread on .
Here is a set of for building a 32" 3D plane.
Here is a that shows the Welders hinge technique.
The kits come with a hardware pack that includes the spar and pushrods. The other required parts are listed below.
26 gr motor
8 amp speed control
stick motor mount
9 gr servo X 1
5 gr servo X 2