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Rudy Voldrich, Salina KS
My Carden 40% Cap232 is spectacular! You were right, bigger is better.
I enjoy flying my Carden 30% Cap232 I got from Mike Jenkins
But your 40% I built blows it away. I don't think it can get any better than this! The 3W140 is getting stronger every flight. I currently have 51 flights on it.
Ask Don Apostolico what he thinks about it the next time you
talk to him.
Here is a picture from last October. Since then I cut the exhaust and added my name. I'm wanting to take some new photos
now that everything is colourful. Could you please send the decals to me at the address below.
Dan Ross, Michigan
35% Cap 232
Dan flies IMAC in the North Central Region
Here's Terry Boston with his 35% Cap 232
Terry lives in Dayton Ohio and is one of Carden's professional buildersThe little white dog hiding behind Terry's rudder is Carden Aircraft Mascot #2 named Ginger
Hi Dennis and Caroline
Here's my latest project. 35% Carden Cap 3W-100, 28.5lbs. Futaba 9Z, all 9204's Covered in Ultracote.
...Was a joy to build and after 10 flights I love it.
Dennis, I have attached a few pictures of the 30% Carden Cap232
The builder of the plane is a NW Advanced IMAC competitor Russ Welton and he is the one holding the plane during startup in one of the pictures.
The plane is a blast to fly and it is the biggest plane that will fit into an Subaru Outback (no trailer).
The plane came out at 21.5 lbs with all Ni-Cads; 1700 on ignition, 2 X 1500 on the RX. The BME 100 just barely fit in the cowl (gotta love those Cap cheeks) with no plug clearance holes necessary.
It has all JR servos 4721/8411 and a Futaba 9 channel RX.
I have a dream of a 40% aircraft with the Black and Yellow DeWalt scheme.
My name is Bill Holsten and I live in Myrtle Beach, SC
Here are some details of my new and first Carden aircraft.
It is powered with a 3W-140 w/ Super Sonic mufflers.
It is covered with Monokote and has graphics from Kirby's Custom vinyl.
The radio is an Airtronics Stylus w/ the new 200oz standard size servos (94358's) with an aluminum composite gear train.
The weight of the plane is 38&3/4 lbs.
This plane was built to compete at this years 2001 Don Lowe Masters Aerobatic Championships.
Thanks Carden for an awesome machine!
35% Cap 232 with a 3W-100 for power. It weighs in at
Hey Caroline and Dennis,
Finally got a camera to take a few pics of the Cap
Thanks and talk to you soon...Joey Hamilton
Hi Caroline and Dennis, me again
The wingbags are wonderful and the fit is great. When I get the other 40% built I'll get another pair...
Thank you for the (quality and hard work) you put into your wingbags and your kits, it's hard to find these days..
Sincerely, Joey Hamilton
August 26th ,2001
Here are a couple of pics of me hovering the Cap
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