Electra - Radio control cabin model, for 2.5cc motors.
Quote: - "I've noticed that we're still missing a few important models. Here's one. Built about a year ago and intended as an 'all weather' flier. Mine weighs half a pound more than Vic's original, so it's fairly fast but ultra stable. The PAW 19RC TBR starts in a couple of flicks and provides superb smooth power. A couple of hours of air time so far, and not a scratch. It's a superb aeroplane for beginners, at least as good as a J60 and quicker to build. As I have zero computer draughting skills, this is just my raw scan, at 600dpi. I hope you'll be able to get something reasonable."
Direct submission to Outerzone. Note this plan is scaled up from 1/6 size print which had hatched background, and is not easy to read.
Update 05/11/2013: Added CAD and PDFvector versions of this plan, thanks to hogal.
Update 19/04/2017: Replaced the hogalised PDFvector plan with an updated, revised version, thanks to Al.
Original article pages, as printed. Also, PDFvector version of the plan.
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