Whimpy

 

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Whimpy  
by Roger Tennyson
from RCMplans (ref:585)
January 1975 
66in span
Tags: IC R/C Cabin
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This plan was found online 14/11/2014 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=29941920&postcount=1196
Outerzone planID: 6124 | Filesize: 814KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: delamite

   

About this Plan

Whimpy - Sport model for RC. 66in span, 580 sq. in area, for .10 - .25 power and 3 channel RC. Model # pl-585. Designed by Roger Tennyson.

Quote: - "While 'Whimpy' is not a difficult airplane to build, it is not a short project. The act of building was intended to give me pleasure, and I hope you approach it in the same light..." Featured in RCM 1-75.

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It should be noted that a 4-cycle engine is the proper choice for this model. Properly fitted, this model should be added onto the must build list due to its incredible flying characteristics.
delamite - 25/03/2015
I agree with the above comments. The Whimpy is one of the best ever, especially when fitted with an OS 26 Surpass and a 10x4 APC propeller.
RobR - 12/03/2017
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