Sopwith Pup

 

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Sopwith Pup  
by GE Fisher
from Aeromodeller (ref:FSP-305)
December 1948 
40in span
Tags: Scale IC F/F Biplane Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
got article :)


This plan was found online 10/08/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=360
Outerzone planID: oz1570 | Filesize: 949KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: algy2

   

About this Plan

Sopwith Pup - Free flight scale gas model, for diesel motors up to 1cc. WWI biplane fighter. Pendulum controlled rudder shown, and sprung undercarriage. Scale is 1/12.

Quote: - "Powered with a Frog 100 diesel, but will fly with any engine of similar capacity, it was tested with a .9cc Clan engine which proved to be lacking in sufficient power. Simplicity and strength were the keynotes in the design, the undercarriage being sprung in the true scale fashion ie with rubber band shock absorbers. The wings and engine mounting can knock off in the event of a crash."

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The u/c fairings wont work the way they are drawn as the cowl/engine mount is in the way. They would have to be shorter at the top than shown.
anon - 16/07/2017
Looking at the front section it's ok because legs fairings are out of the cowl circle contour. The side fuselage show superimposed fairings to the engine cowl due to the perspective.
Pit - 17/07/2017
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