Miles M.20/2

 

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Miles M.20/2  
by Stan Hines
from Flying Models
April 1979
58in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 22/06/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=308
Outerzone planID: 1278 | Filesize: 451KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: 50+AirYears

   

About this Plan

Miles M.20/2 - Scale RC model of the prototype British WWII fighter. Quote: - "This is a medium sized model by today's standards, but still a .60 size nevertheless. Wingspan is 58in, area 680, legth 47-1/2in, and weight 8-3/4 pounds dry. Although powered initially with a standard .60 it now uses an HF-60F and I would recommend either an SR or PDP .60 be used. The thick wing makes for very realistic flight speeds and very stable flight. It certainly is no pattern plane, but it was not intended to be." Update 27/04/2014: Resized this plan to correct scale at 58in wingspan, thanks to mdcoffin.

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