Windy

 

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Windy  
from Svenson
1977 
48in span
Tags: IC R/C Cabin
formers unchecked


Submitted to Outerzone: 06/08/2015
Outerzone planID: 6947 | Filesize: 632KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: JulienVermeire

   

About this Plan

Svenson Windy - Radio control sport model.

Quote:- "RC Primary Trainer for .15 to .19 engines. For the modeller who enjoys the fun of building as well as flying, this nearscale tried and true design is hard-to-crash and easy-to-fly. A favourite for the beginner and for the sport flyer, ir is light enough for free-flight, yet sturdy enough and roomy enough for any radio up to full proportional..." Note this model used a foam wing, so no wing ribs and formers are shown.

Quote: - "Hi Steve, this is the WINDY from SVENSON, fly with a 2.5 a 3.5 cc engine. I build it for your site, and make a pdf file. Thanks,"

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Supplementary files

Build instructions, complete. Text only. Also includes list of all parts.

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User comments

Today the WINDY by SVENSON has flown, with my home built transmitter [more pics 003-006]. I built the transmitter in 1980, it still works perfectly after 37 years. Today it was really very nice weather. I chose the WINDY because it is a small model - if things go wrong, I lose a small plane. This transmitter works quite well. Thank you for the beautiful site OUTER ZONE.
JulienVermeire - 06/01/2017
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