0-Four9ier RF-4

 

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0-Four9ier RF-4  
by Peter Miller
from Radio Modeller
October 1992 
56in span
Tags: Scale IC Glider R/C LowWing Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)


This plan was found online 28/11/2012 at: http://www.hippocketaeronautics.com/hpa_plans/details.php?image_id=4408
Outerzone planID: 2312 | Filesize: 363KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: mikewight

   

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0-Four9ier RF-4 (ie Fournier RF-4 for .049 power) - Semi-scale French aerobatic motor glider, with instructions.

Quote: - "I slimmed the fuselage down and reduced the taper on the wing. I added strip ailerons for simplicity but I kept the moments about scale, I also increased the tailplane size a little. The resulting model has managed to keep all the atmosphere of the Fournier while being a more practical model design..."

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Hi Steve, I thought you'd like to see my build of the 0-Four9ier from these plans. Here's a video link to the show-and-tell I did of the plane at my club this summer (the Checkerboard Flyers in Forest Park, IL): http://youtu.be/V9psSfyO-0Y - Also I've included a few pictures that were taken that evening [see more pics 003-005]. I love the fact that you are preserving plans like these for future generations of scratch builders. Keep the love alive! Peace,
Ed P - 02/12/2013
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