Notes from the Tower Hobbies's Tech Department

The Doddger is a Q-500 Style Airplane Designed for Pylon Racing and Everyday
Sport Flying.  Designed by Craig Grunkemeyer, this Airplane Placed First in
the '90, '91, and '93 AMA Pylon Nationals.   This Kit Now Includes Three
Different Options for Assembly: Conventional Tail, V-Tail or Mid-Tail.
     This Kit is Designed for the Intermediate modeler/flier.

FEATURES: Balsa and Plywood Fuselage
          Balsa Sheeted, Foam Core Wings (Modeler Must Sheet the Wings)
          Machine-cut, hand-selected balsa
          Winner of numerous Q-500 events including AMA nationals

INCLUDES: All The Wood To Build The Kit, Full Size Rolled Plans, Illustrated
            Instruction, Foam Wing Panels, Aluminum Landing Gear and Hardware

SPECS:    Wingspan: 50 inches              Wing Area: 500 sq. in.
          Weight: N/A per Mfg.             Length: 36.5 in
          Airfoil: Semi-Symmetrical        Wing Loading: N/A per Mfg.

REQUIRES: Engine: .25-.45 (2-stroke)
          Radio: 4 Channel w/ 4 Servos (mini servo is recommended for throttle)
          Covering: Two 6 Foot Rolls
          Misc. Items: 4oz Fuel Tank, and Fuel Tubing, Two 2 1/4" Racing
            Wheels, Foam Rubber, Wheel Collars, Hardware, and Assorted
            Building and Field Equipment.

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