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Supercat All Composite Q40
 

The SuperCat an improved version of the original great Polecat. It has a larger rudder and a bigger stab for more stability. It is much more stable through the turns and easier to land. The SC also has a 1.75” spinner to help the motors run better and allows more room in the engine compartment. The wing bolts are all predrilled and tapped for easy assembly.
The wings on the SuperCat are cut out for the installation of a Tetra or a Jett round tank. It moves the tank to the top of the fuse, so that you can set your motor on “Kill” and it will not cough on a hard pull or go lean.
It is best to make sure that it has a partial rib on both sides of the cutout so that you will not have a problem like I did on a PoleCat.
All airplanes come with two piece wings and removable tail for ease of shipping and transport. The longest dimension of your shipping box is the length of the fuselage. It makes a big difference in the cost and convenience of transporting your airplanes to events. If you choose to have a one piece wing, no problem. Just brush a coat of slow cure epoxy on the tube and slide it together. Make sure that it is straight and then you can tape or glass a strip down the center to make you feel better. The two piece wings are strong. They have been extensively tested and no failures. Bruce has even used them on the 60" long and thin FAI wings... Not a problem.

"Alert: If the center web and/or the vertical bulkhead in the front of the wing saddle of the fuse is, modified or removed, then you must put lots of epoxy and glass fiber "goop" under and around each of the front wing mounting blocks. A plywood gusset front and rear of the blocks attached to the fuse sides would be a good solution as well.
To not do this,can and probably will cause the wing blocks to leave the fuse along with the wing. Not a good thing."

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PolecatThe Supercat co-designed by Bruce DeChastel and Dan Kane is the continuing development of the mid-wing Q40 racers. It has become the top contender in the fast lane. It has been taking top spots and fast times all over the country.

Kit quality is great! Bruce DeChastel is producing some of the best airplanes at any price. The design matches the quality. Order yours today and get in the winners circle.

Supercat Q40 racer can be painted one color in the mold at the same price. Extra painting prices below.

Extra trim color $25.00
Trim color on stab. $15.00
Numbers in any of the trim colors $15.00
Checker board in random designs $25.00

Shipping 1 airplane $80, 2 airplanes $100

Ready to Assemble Supercat Q40 racer kit $695.00
Your color painted in the mold if desired same price

Other items for your Supercat
1/8"Carbon fiber PushRods
1.75" Jett counter balanced spinner for Nelson engines
Wheels and axels
Dubro 4-40 threaded rods
Super Tanker
PowerSaver After-run oil
Racing Tape

Special interest, click on item:
Supercat kit assembly instructions
Assembled Supercat instructions
Supercat drawings, pdf format

Supercat extra options:
Pre-installed firewall $25
Fill fuse seams and paint to match $50

Item

Size

Description

 Price

CAT-W

Q-40 - White

All Composite Q-40

750.00 each

CAT-R

Q-40 - Red

All Composite Q-40

750.00 each

CAT-Y

Q-40 - Yellow

All Composite Q-40

750.00 each

CAT-O

Q-40 - Orange

All Composite Q-40

750.00 each

 

 

Shipping      

80.00 or 100.00 for two

Darrol Cady
PO Box 14273
Portland, OR 97293
USA
Ph: 360-903-3520

 

 

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