Duster

 

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Duster  
by Bill Winter
from Model Aviation
March 1999 
72in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 23/12/2016
Outerzone planID: oz8275 | Filesize: 1912KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: JJ

   

About this Plan

Duster - Radio control sport model for O.S. 40 FX engine.

Quote: - "Preliminary specifications were discussed for a new .40 powered model with outstanding low speed characteristics, with flight characteristics simllar to the designer's Rookie (oz7611) of the early 1960s. It seemed logical to couple the design parameters of the Rookie with the long nosed styling of a crop-duster, thus the 'Duster'. This model does not push the envelope with brute power or speed. Duster combines the more realistic side of model performance with above-average acrobatic capability...71.5inch tapered low-wing, with effective-but-docile split flaps, powered by an OS .40 FX. With 910 square inches of wing area, weight is 7.25 lb for a wing loading of 18.4oz per square foot. The split flaps lie forward of the standard strip ailerons..."

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Update 26/01/2017: added article, thanks to Julian.

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