QAC Quickie

 

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QAC Quickie  
by Ray Jennings
from RCMplans (ref:868)
June 1982 
55in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)


This plan was found online 17/05/2017 at: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=31814365&postcount=4484
Outerzone planID: oz8746 | Filesize: 837KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Circlip, RFJ, SimonMathys

   

About this Plan

QAC Quickie - Sport scale model for .40 engines.

Quote: - "Ray Jenning's exciting sport scale .40 powered Quickie is a real eye grabber wherever it appears at a flying field... I incorporated the lessons learned from my first effort plus other changes based on additional information I had managed to gather on the real thing. This time everything turned out exactly right and the flight performance was outstanding. It was fast and smooth, capable of basic aerobatics and had ultra safe low speed handling and characteristics. Quickie has exceeded all my expectations and I can certainly recommend it to those looking for something different..."

Q.A.C Quickie by Ray Jennings, plan #868, June 1982.

Update 25/05/2017: Added CAD file (dxf), thanks to SimonMathys.

Update 27/05/2017: Added alternate scan of this plan (along with article) as it appeared in March 1981 RCME, thanks to RFJ.

Supplementary files

Article, thanks to WobblySticks.
CAD file (dxf).
Alternate plan scan.
Alternate plan scan article.

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User comments

I'm not sure how we missed adding this one ages ago. Well, it's here now.
SteveWMD - 24/05/2017
Dear Outerzone-Team - To your new plan, the QAC-Quickie, I send you some photos from mine [more pics 003, 004] and CAD-file with helpful changes (wing-ribs with stands). The model flies very well and looks very crazy in the sky :) By the way: the CG of the Quickie has to be 1/2' further away the leading edge, then it's perfect. Keep it up and kind regards from Switzerland.
SimonMathys - 24/05/2017
I scratch built a 1/4 scale (51in span) Quickie back in the '70s from an Aeromodeller scale drawing, very detailed with a flat twin glow engine (I can't remember what one). It flew superbly and stunted well. It was on display at the model engineer exhibition one year and won many prizes. Oh yes, forgot to mention it was a control line model!
RichardMc - 27/05/2017
I was interested in Simon's comments about his version of the Quickie. Glad to hear he enjoyed building and flying it. The balance point shown on the plan is what I used for many years of flying and I found it the best for all round handling. Looks like slightly further forward is fine also.
RFJ - 01/06/2017
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