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Rascal 110

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Rascal 110
Image requested
Type Radio-controlled aircraft
  • Lee Elliot (3D)
  • Dave Culp (JSBSim dynamics)
  • Curt Olson
--aircraft= Rascal110-JSBSim
Status v0.1
 Website The website for the Rascal 110 developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Rascal 110.
Download Download the Rascal 110 aircraft package for the current stable release (2019.1).
License GPLv2+

The Rascal 110 is a commercial radio-controlled plane made by Sig Manufacturing. It has been used as part of a UAV project at University of Minnesota. [1][2]

There have been three Minnesota Rascal 110s, the first powered by OS 1.60FX engine and the next two by a Zenoah G26 gas 2-stroke ignition engine. [3]