Tony Atzenhoffer's Typhoon
I bought the Typhoon kit when I went to Canada to meet my daughter's in-laws. I figured that I should buy a Canadian model since I was in Canada. Little did I know that the Hawker is a British design.
As usual I doubled the plans and planked the model with 1/8" balsa. Since the model was designed as a rubber powered free flight, the dihedral was much to high for a control line plane. I had to guess how low it should be. I did guess right because the model flies great with a McCoy .35 Red Head for power. The radiator set up was made for inverting the motor. It also has a rear vent that makes it work without fear of a fire. I have flown the model about 10 times and it handles extremely well.