Curtiss P-1 / F6C - Scale biplane fighter model for rubber power.
Quote: - "Note the differences between Army and Navy landing gear lengths and shapes. The plans show correct decalage, dihedral and incidence settings. Use a jig to mount top wings ...please note you should include an additional 3 degrees of downthrust over what is shown on the plans. My Navy version weighs 20.5g for rubber and the Army version is 27g for P-nut CO2. Both fly great..."
Steve & Mary - This is Pat Daily's Curtiss P-1/F6c plan from March 1983 MaxFax, the bulletin of the DC Maxecuters. Pat's a fan of the P-1/F6c and is now building a 38in span version on RCGroups:
www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2823165... He recently posted his original 16in plan & article on that thread:
www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=36949514... My file, attached, is a cleanup and combination for easier handling & storage:
www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=37032643... Keep up the good work! Dave
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