The now famous Ultimate 10-300 originated as Full-Scale Pilot/Designer Gordon Price's desire to improve the looks and performance of his Pitt's Special. After he had produced new wings, canopy, fuselages, and wheel pants for the Pitts, it was a natural step to produce his own airplane.
The original 10-100 flew with a 100 HP engine, and while the plane flew well, vertical performance was limited. The next version (10-200) was 6" longer, and could accommodate a larger power plant, but eventually, Gordon updated the design to the 10-300, which was 3 feet longer than the 200, and could handle a 300 HP engine.
The rest, as they say, is history.
- Code No.: A172
- Wing Span : 63 in / 1600 mm
- Wing Area : 1420 sq in / 91.6 sq dm
- Flying Weight : 13--15 lb / 5900--6810 g .
- Fuselage Length : 66.5 in / 1690 mm
- Engine Required: 50 cc gasoline engine or E.P
- Radio Required: 6-channel radio w/ 9 high torque servos
- High quality balsa and plywood construction
- Light weight but strong for aerobatics manoeuvres
- Hand painted fibreglass cowling
Graham's model is Electric using battieries using high quality Li Po batteries supplied by Overlander
There is also a 42% version for 150CC engines, for the 150 cc 42% version - Click Here
Please note model pictured below is the 100 cc 33% version that is converted to E.P by Graham Roscoe and the photographs are by Lindsay Todd & SW.