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TUNDRA SUPER CUB LARGE SCALE adv_AV

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The Piper PA-18 Super Cub is a two-seat, high wing, single-engine monoplane which was first introduced in 1949. Super Cubs are commonly found in roles such as bush flying, banner and glider towing. The high-lift wing and reasonably powerful engine made the Super Cub a prime candidate for conversion to either float plane or ski-plane.

The PA-18 has developed a very dedicated following in the bush-flying community, and many modifications have been developed for it. The most common modification is the addition of "bush wheels", large, soft, low pressure balloon-tires designed to absorb impacts from rocks and boulders, and to not sink into sand or other soft surfaces, ideal for off-runway landings.

This variant is set up for scale flight. Wing angle of incidence and dihedral is the same as the real life full sized airplane. Flight physics tweaked for optimal performance.

Flies similarly to the models shown in YouTube videos:



This is a large scale easy to fly airplane.

This variant requires:

Super_Cub_EA
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