Super Aeromaster. Radio control sport aerobatic biplane model. Wingspan 48 in (or 52-1/2 in, using larger of the 2 wings).
Discontinued kit from Great Planes. See https://www.greatplanes.com/manuals/discontinued.php for kit manual as free download.
The Aeromaster (oz1971) and Aeromaster Too (oz1972) were first published by AAmco starting in 1966. This here is the later kit by Great Planes, which includes both wing plans at 48 in and 52-1/2 in wingspan.
Quote: "Congratulations on your purchase of Great Planes' Super Aeromaster, a revised version of Lou Andrews' Aeromaster Too Biplane!
You now own one of the best looking classic biplanes on the market today! This updated version by Great Planes has a built up cowl with ABS plastic cowl front, ABS plastic wheel pants, a nylon motor mount for use with 2-cycle engines, bolt on wings and the capability of flying with either a 2 cycle or a 4 cycle engine. Redrawn plans, this instruction book and a new photo sheet are also included. However, we at Great Planes have not changed the Aeromaster Too's great lines or flying characteristics. We DID however give the Super Aeromaster a more exciting look without sacrificing any performance.
The Super Aeromaster can be built with three different wing configurations [see morepics 006]. Decide now which one you will build. Configuration #1 has two short wings (48 in) at 817 sq in area, Configuration #2 has one long and one short wing at 864 sq in area, and Configuration #3 has two long wings (52-1/2 in) at 910 sq in area. This configuration is suggested for four cycle engine installation due to increased flying weight. See the information on each wing here to help you decide which wings to build. Flight characteristics are similar so the choice can be based on the desired wing area and visual appearance... "
Quote: "Hello, Outerzone currently has nothing on the Great Planes Super Aeromaster, r/c aerobatic biplane. I would like to offer this for consideration of being added to the web site. I created these images & the pdf from different sources I found on the Internet for my r/c file collection. The kit label & model photos have been cleaned up to remove wear and tear, they are not exact copies of the original artwork or label printing... Please note, I did the best I could to keep the pdf plan pages scaled correctly between each other, but I have no idea how they would print out, so please plan accordingly. Best Wishes, Jeff"
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