Photos show an example of what the model can look like, finished.
The Enforcer was originally designed for .60 - .90 cu in engines using a ‘pusher’ propeller. Many have been built as electric (some guys have even used gas turbine… !).
It builds as a two-piece model for easy transportation, because when it’s assembled to fly, It’s quite big, with nearly 1100 sq in of wing area. The kit box itself is quite large too, at approx 107 x 13 x 21 cm. (Australia Post allows up to 105 cm... grrr ) but I can have it couriered to your door to most of Eastern OZ, usually for only $30. The longer of the two plans sheets is about 240 cm (94 inches).
The Kit box is still OK, and the kit itself is in great condition (the canopy is unmarked, mint). Balsa USA made great-quality kits. The die-cutting is just that… no ‘die-crunching' here. I’ve removed some of the contents onto a table to show that there’s a lot of balsa, ply etc in this kit. A most satisfying model to build as well as to fly.
Deltas look great in the air, and the Enforcer is right up there. Deltas have a very wide speed range… as they pick up speed, the elevator becomes smoother and smoother (almost the opposite of most models). And when you slow it right down, you can hold it in a nose-high attitude until it is virtually stationary! It’s often said that if you can land a trainer, you’re ready for a delta!