JW Comanche 48 EPP Glider
The Comanche was the first JW EPP Sailplane made. The original version was called the "Ruffneck." It was later designed to look more like the Piper Comanche. With a SD6061 airfoil, it flies very fast, with great energy retention and capability of inverted flight. The Comanche is a very aerobatic plane as well as a combat plane with a good recovery rate.
Wing Span: 48"
Wing Area: 408 Sq. In.
Weight: 22 oz.
EPP foam wing panels with precut spar slots
Hot wire cut EPP foam fuse
Coroplast (corrugated plastic) stabilizer and fin
¼ in diameter carbon fiber spars with aluminum joiner tube
Instruction Manual with diagrams
4 channel radio
3 mini servos
500 mh battery
Other Items you will need to build the Comanche:
3M M77 spray contact cement
Double sided outdoor carpet tape
1 ½ " or 2" strapping tape
Goop or White Gorilla Glue
Colored packing tape or Ultracoat for covering