RLU-1 Breezy

legoman

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Designed Charley Roloff, Carl Unger, and Bob Liposky in 1964. The RLU-1 Breezy is a homebuilt aircraft known for its "no cockpit" high wing pusher configuration. It is designed to seat the pilot and passenger with a maximum unobstructed view. The original Breezy used a modified set of Piper PA-12 wings. Wings from the Piper PA-14, Piper PA-18, Piper J-3, Piper J-4, Piper J-5, or Cessna 172 can also be used on the design.

A ride in one can only be described as an experience.

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legoman

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Now waiting for the release version with collision mesh so I can load and fly the Breezy in RF-X and get some really detailed scenery to view and enjoy.
I loaded it into rf-x and it flys fine I did have to make one change. the Horizontal stab had a naming error on the right side which crashes the editor before you can fix it in the rf-x editor/importer. so fix it in a non rf-x real flight and it will import to rf-x and run fine
 
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