Jr. Falcon

 

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Jr. Falcon - completed model photo

Jr. Falcon  
by Carl Goldberg
37in span
Tags: IC R/C Trainer
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 05/01/2012 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=20324402&postcount=7847
Outerzone planID: 2191 | Filesize: 235KB | Format: • PDFvector | Credit*: gene rock

About this Plan

Junior Falcon - Radio control gas trainer model, for single channel RC and .049 engines. Cox Golden Bee shown. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format. From http://my.pclink.com/~dfritzke/ originally.

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User comments

Steve: I downloaded and built this plan last spring from your site and the local Kinko's where I had it printed did have an issue the first go around with getting the scale correct; but the clerk acknowledged it was her problem and got me a first class full size plan. The build was the first I've done in near 35 years but patience outlived the lack of tools and accessories. The finished project is reasonably good looking equipped with a brushless setup at under 16 ounces without the battery. Wingspan 37 7 chord 259 sq in wing area = 1.7986 sq ft. Total flight weight with large battery 20.25 oz. 2827 Motor. I just added a few ounces to the airframe with the addition old school wire of tricycle landing gear. Thank you for your devotion to the hobby, my regards from sunny Florida, USA.
martywivins - 08/01/2013
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Scaling

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