Hog Bipe Photos Page 3
Steve Lassovszky's Hog Bipe
Powered by MDS .58, piloted by Barbie
Includes on board video
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Steve is in California
John Schumachers Bi Pig
Saito 80 with a nice Silk and dope covering job
West Jersey Radio Control, Mullica Hill, NJ
Dave Small's Hog Bipe
Inverted Saito 100 for power
Covered with Coverite in classic Navy colors.
Jeff Mason's New Hog Bipe
A good look at the cowl from Stan's FiberTech
21st century Fabric, with Monocote trim
OS 91 4c inverted with McDaniel glow driver
This is only Jeff's 2nd Kit and it It placed 3rd in his club's static show
Jeff Hails from Staten Island, NY
Johnny Millwood's Hog Bipe
Power TT pro 61 with a Tatone pitts muffler MA 3 blade 12x6.
7 lbs 12 oz , set up for a Fiberglass Specialties cowl.
Texarkana Radio Control Flying Club, Texarkana, Texas
Peter Holloway's Hog Bipe
Powered by an OS70 FS placed at 90 degrees, cowled by a vacuumed formed cowl made from 1/16" high impact polystyrene. Covering is Ultracote, cream
Peter says, "I have given it my own British registration of G-APIG, which I thought was appropriate"
London, Ontario, Canada
Mark Petersen's Bi Pig
OS 70 with smoke, 10 oz tanks and the pilots head moves with the rudder
Mark hails from Marlboro, MA
Steve's Hog Bipe
Steve writes, "Took 2 weeks to build and its my second one I've had. Weighs 7 1/2 pounds has a Saito 100 and coreless servos all around. I modified the tail but it still won't 3D but its a great flier."
Covered in Ultracote
Steve hails from Springfield Missouri and is a member of the Springfield RC Hawks and the Springfield Blacksheep
Scott Hayden's Hog Bipe
Scott made several modification on his including using stringers on the fuselage sides full length, and modifying cabanes to look more realistic. Making a removable floor hatch for easy access to fuel tank and extending depth of floor 1/4 - 1/2 inch so he could mount the tank at the proper height due to an inverted magnum 91 4 stroke. Modified shape of vertical stab and rudder and dual aileron servos. He also used a fiberglass RV4 cowling, and went with larger wheels for a grass field
Scott's from Bangor Maine
Richard Bonnardels & Jim Heins matching Hog Bipes
Modifications include modified the Vertical and Horizontal stabs , landing gear moved forward 3/4 inch, made hatch for fuel tank access.
Both are powered by OS 70 4 stroke running Powermaster 15% 4 stroke fuel. Jim likes a 13x6 prop but Richard likes a 12x6
They hail from Hawaii (Bi-Pigs in paradise!)
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