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Razor

Razor
 14
Airplane
Acro

Razor
by:hlsat (01.08.2015 09:24)

Razor.
Plan 1128.

Type Model RC Sport Acrobatic.
Wingspan 20in.Lowwing.
Engine Glow Cox TD .020
Control 2 channels.
Designer Carl Dowdy.
Magazine RCModeler Oct.1992.

Velox Revolution

Velox Revolution
 44
Airplane
Civilian

Velox Revolution
by:hlsat (31.07.2015 18:41)

Velox Revolution.

Type Model RC Scale Sport Civil.
Wingspan 75in.Midwing.
Engine Glow 1.20 - 1.50
Control 4 channels.
Designer Nestor Charriere.

Astro Hog 2000

Astro Hog 2000
 32
Airplane
Acro

Astro Hog 2000
by:hlsat (31.07.2015 18:13)

Astro Hog 2000.

Type Model RC Sport Acro.
Wingspan 72in.Lowwing.
Engine Glow .46 - .61
Control 4 channels.
Designer Fred Dunns.
Redesign by Nestor Charriere.

Cessna 140

Cessna 140
 49
Airplane
Civilian

Cessna 140
by:hlsat (31.07.2015 16:13)

Cessna 140.
Plan 1123.

Type Model RC Scale Sport Civil.
Wingspan 96in.Highwing.
Engine Glow .90 - 1.20
Control 4 - 6 channels.
Designer Burnis Fields.
Magazine RCModeler Aug.1992.

Radio Control All Types

6 Model Airplane Plans from the R/C class.

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 105
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Quaker Too 84in
 28
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 131
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Glow-Powered
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 27
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Trainer
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 6
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Glow-Powered
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 10
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Fighter

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 44
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 32
Airplane
Glow-Powered
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Cessna 140
 49
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Q'icksilv'r
 21
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Fly Baby 
 28
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Fauvel AV361
 43
Glider
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 43
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Sport
Run A Way
 31
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Sport
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 121
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 73
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 81
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 354
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 314
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 289
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 279
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6 Model Airplane Plans plans from the CL class.

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 2
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Glow-Powered
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 14
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570
 20
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Stearman PT-17 Kaydet-MAN-02-62
 14
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 36
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 21
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 30
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Glow-Powered
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 49
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 36
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 88
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 19
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Wildcat  2
 13
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 88
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 14
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 7
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 7
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 7
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 20
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 49
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 42
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 40
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 36
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 11
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 2
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 11
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 17
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 13
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 9
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 9
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 11
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 16
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 19
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 13
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 21
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 28
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 16
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 28
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 53
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 48
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 43
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 42
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 35
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Latest Articles All Types

Most recently created Articles with valuable information and building tips.

Velie Monocoupe Airplane Free-Flight
23/07/15 06:50:38pm

Velie Monocoupe by:CoMIYC69

Nice little In/Outdoor 1/22 scale flyer. Kit still available approximately £9.95 for the plan and £30 for the cut/molded parts.

About this plane:
The first Monocoupe was built in an abandoned church in Davenport, Iowa, and first flew on April 1, 1927. Various models were in production, more or less, continuously, from that time until the late 1940s. The Monocoupe Company went bankrupt in 1950.

The original Monocoupe design came from Don A. Luscombe's desire to build an enclosed two-place aircraft for business or person use, something lighter and more comfortable than open-cockpit biplanes. Luscombe was somewhat influenced by the Belgian Delmonty-Poncelet Limousine, a high-wing monoplane with a side-by-side enclosed cabin and the reverse curve rear fuselage lines that were to become one of the signature identifier features of the Monocoupes. Luscombe founded Central States Aero Company and hired Clayton Folkerts, a young self-taught designer. In 1928, the Mono 22 was the first light aircraft awarded an Aircraft Type Certificate (number 22) and in 1930 it was fitted with a Velie M-5 engine to become the Model 70.

Why do you want to build and fly this plane?
It's fun all year round! It's tough and relatively inexpensive to put together. It's still popular. It will help you observe the traits of flight and gliding. It's extremely popular. You may want to see how it flies before trying a larger scale of the model. Scaled as large as 1/3 scale!

The plans are clear and easy to follow. Great for the beginner and the seasoned modeller. If you're young and don't see the thrill, take a second look at these classics. If 'flying' is what you love this is a great plan for enthusiasts.

Check out the video of a 1/4 scale model that was scaled fro a rubber band model. This is a great progression for those honing their crafting skills.
Fairey Fulmar-RCM-08-79 771 Airplane Radio-Control
22/07/15 11:17:59pm

Fairey Fulmar-RCM-08-79 771 by:CoMIYC69

An awesome Navy Fighter 1940 British Navy.

Regardless of who chooses to build this there are hours of cutting out perfect parts, laying them out and forming a flyable 6+ channel model.

Short history
The Fairey P.4/34 was built to Specification P.4/34 as a light bomber capable of being used as a dive bomber, in competition with the Hawker Henley and an un-built Gloster design.

The Fulmar, a navalised version of the P.4/34 was submitted to meet Specification O.8/38 for a two-crew fleet defence fighter. As it was not expected to encounter fighter opposition, high performance or manoeuvrability was not considered important, but long range and heavy armament were. The provision of a navigator/wireless operator was considered essential for the long, over-ocean flights that would be required.

Nicknamed the 'Jigsaw-Bomber' for it's look unfolding, three versions of the plane developed during WW2. The first Fulmar prototype was aerodynamically cleaner and featured a folding wing that was 16 in (41 cm) shorter than its bomber lookalike the 'Battle'. The first prototype Fulmar, acting as a "flying mock-up", was powered by a 1,080 hp (810 kW) Rolls Royce Merlin III engine. With this engine, performance was poor, the prototype only reaching 230 mph (370 km/h). With the Merlin VIII engine – a variant unique to the Fulmar and with supercharging optimised for low-level flight – and aerodynamic improvements, speed was improved to 265 mph (426 km/h) at 7500 ft (2286m), which, owing to the desperate need for modern fighters, was considered adequate.

The more popular Spitfire was developed along the same lines following the developments of the Rolls Royce Merlin III engine. Both planes faded into history as the jet age took over.

Fairey Fulmar by Don Williams

Many of the features of the original plane are brought to life with the operational flaps and retracts and built to keep it around 96 ounces. A genuine pleasure to build. Adding in all the options will require an immense amount of skill but the end result is spectacular. Try adding the folding wing option for more authenticity. Paint schemes and real photos are available all over the web.

A great flyer but great pilot required. The original article is reproduced in the article section by Don Williams himself along with his instructions for building and flying the model.

To see how it flies check out a large scale model FAIREY FIREFLY in the YouTube video.

Latest 25 Edits All Types

Latest 25 plans edited by our members

#ID Name Class Type Last Edited
83488
Q-Tee RCM-01-76 625
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 12:29:58pm
92489
Q'icksilv'r
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 11:10:20am
92490
Cessna 140
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 09:12:25pm
92492
Velox Revolution
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 08:51:32pm
92491
Astro Hog 2000
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 08:51:09pm
92478
Devil Dancer
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 06:32:08pm
92481
Mirage 2000
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 02:43:36pm
92487
Cessna 182
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 02:33:20pm
92488
Fly Baby 
Airplane Radio-Control
31/07/15 02:32:39pm
92483
Aquabird
Airplane Radio-Control
30/07/15 11:26:00am
92486
Fauvel AV361
Glider Radio-Control
30/07/15 05:28:20pm
92485
Mantos
Airplane Radio-Control
30/07/15 05:16:55pm
92484
Avro 707
Airplane Radio-Control
30/07/15 05:02:17pm
92473
Seversky P-35
Airplane Radio-Control
30/07/15 04:52:48pm
92482
Soar Ace
Glider Radio-Control
29/07/15 10:03:02am
92448
Cardboard Stik
Airplane Radio-Control
29/07/15 05:34:43pm
92477
Sukhoi Su-26MX
Airplane Radio-Control
28/07/15 12:05:38pm
92475
Wot 4 or Watt Four
Airplane Radio-Control
28/07/15 12:05:18pm
92476
Wilga PZL 104
Airplane Radio-Control
28/07/15 12:04:48pm
92479
Mystik
Airplane Radio-Control
28/07/15 11:43:59am
92480
PZL-104 Wilga 80
Airplane Radio-Control
28/07/15 10:40:09pm
91823
Vought Corsair
Airplane Radio-Control
28/07/15 06:15:28pm
91824
Vought Corsair 12in
Airplane Free-Flight
28/07/15 06:12:48pm
91817
Vought Sikorsky XF4U-1
Airplane Free-Flight
28/07/15 02:29:37am
91816
Vought SBU-2
Airplane Control-Line
28/07/15 02:28:03am