The Caudron Type O was a French single seat air racing biplane first flown in 1914.The Type O was a single bay biplane with no stagger. Both wings had two wooden spars and were fabric covered.
The Caudron Type N is a development by the Caudron brothers, 4 of the Model N were built. Due to the given size of the motor, a scale of 1: 2 can be calculated, with a length of 300 cm and a span of 400 cm.video by: RCScaleAirplanes
After two and a half years of construction, it was time to get the beautiful model in the air. Gerhard Grambow is the proud owner and pilot of this unique piece.
This airplane has a lenght of 3.00m a wingspan of 4.00m and it is powered by a Armin De Vries UML300cc 5 cylinder 4 stroke rotary engine, the propellers dimensions are 40 cm x 20 cm . The airplane weights 24.6kg.
- Model data:
- Scale: 1/2 (50%)
- Span: 4 m / 157.5″
- Weight: 24.6 kg / 54.5 pounds
- Engine: Armin De Vries UML300cc 5 cylinder 4 stroke rotary
- Propeller: 40 x 20
- Kit: scratch built by Horst “Hotte” Sahl, supported by Michael Rohbrahn
- Time to build: 2 1/2 years