Outlaw

 

Outlaw - plan thumbnail image

Outlaw - completed model photo more pics (2)

Outlaw  
from Keil Kraft
45in span
Tags: IC R/C Cabin
all formers complete :)


This plan was found online 25/06/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=312
Outerzone planID: oz1307 | Filesize: 291KB | Format: • PDFbitmap • PDFvector • CADfile | Credit*: aeromeddeler

   

About this Plan

Outlaw - KK Outlaw 40in span single channel sports model. OS .10 power is shown on the plan. No wing rib section is shown on this scan, although there are formers in the supplement CAD file.

Update 13/01/2016: Rescaled this plan to full size at 45in wingspan, thanks to anon. Also includes hand traced copy of wing rib on the plan now, at bottom right. Note this remains a low res scan with some distortion - would be nice to get a better scan of this one (there were 2 KK Outlaws) if anyone out there can help.

Supplementary files

Modern PDFvector plan by hogal. This drawing shows a Clark 'Y' wing rib section. Also previous scan version.
Build instructions and Radio Modeller review thanks to RobertW; DannyBloomfield

CAD file

This plan is available for download in CAD format.

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User comments

I think the Outlaw is 45" span, not 40".
anon - 13/01/2016
Had a look, and I think you're right. Measuring from the dimensioned mainwheel at 2in diameter, this plan needs scaling up. Will fix it today.
SteveWMD - 13/01/2016
Looked around the net for more details on KK Outlaw and found Pics of the two Sizes of Outlaw which I have attached [see more pics 003, 004]. Both Came from Keil Kraft Handbooks (planbooks). It would be nice if we could get some of these books copied and on the RC Library site along with the Model Aircraft Plan Books.
Aeromeddler - 14/01/2016
Agreed, it would be great to have the planbooks on RCL. Is anyone out there able to help?
Mary - 14/01/2016
Ok, have removed the pic from more_pics_004 which showed the other KK Outlaw (FF 50in, not RC 45in) - thanks to everyone who pointed out they are two different models.
SteveWMD - 23/01/2016
Hi Steve. Having built the KK Pirate and recently the KK Bandit, I would have liked to complete the trio with the original KK Outlaw.The design I remember is not the same as the one on your site.The design I remember has a polyhedral wing configuration. Please don't view this email as being critical as your site is beyond wonderful. Best wishes to all your team,
BillBollands - 21/03/2017
There were two KK Outlaws. The RC Sport/Trainer that you have [on Outerzone] is the second one. The earlier (first) Outlaw is the one Bill is looking for. I attach a photo of the original kit box top (one of my rarest kits!) [more pics 004].
BrianC - 22/03/2017
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