Moth Minor oz10233


Moth Minor - plan thumbnail image

Moth Minor - completed model photo

This plan was found online 28/06/2018 at:
Outerzone planID: oz10233 | Filesize: 2543KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: danito69, JeffGreen


About this Plan

DeHavilland Moth Minor. Radio control scale model. Wingspan 70-3/4 in, area 605 sq in, for 60-90 4-cycle engines.

Quote: "The De Havilland Moth Minor was one of the basic trainers of the Royal Air Force in WWII. This is a balsa, radio control scale model that you will have loads of fun building. It is a great kit to build, even more fun to fly because it is extremely stable. Any four channel radio and 60 to 90 class four cycle engine will fit into the Moth Minor."

Update 15/07/2018: Added redrawn wing rib templates, thanks to JeffGreen.

Supplementary files

Wing rib templates.


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oz10233 datafile

Moth Minor  
from OK Model Pilot
71in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Trainer Military
all formers complete :)



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User comments

There is only one wing rib shown for constructing this tapered wing.
anon - 10/07/2018
Two, not one, of course. But I take your point. Full set of rib templates would be nice.
SteveWMD - 10/07/2018
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