Skooter II oz10508

 

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Skooter II - completed model photo

Submitted to Outerzone: 05/10/2018
Outerzone planID: oz10508 | Filesize: 1261KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: TomDonovan

   

About this Plan

Skooter. RC model for .19 - .40 engines. Wingspan 48in, wing area 480 sq in. RC Multi: Trainer, sport, competition.

This kit could be built up as as either a low wing or shoulder wing model. Quote: "To make a shoulder wing plane the rudder is glued to other side of fuselage as shown. Doublers are installed as shown and top block is made removable."

Note this kit used a sheeted foam-core wing, so no ribs or wing parts are shown.

Quote: "I just bought the kit and scanned the plans. It is from Riley Wooten. Low wing tail dragger, 4 channel, .40 size. Thanks again! Tom"

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oz10508 datafile

Skooter II  
by Riley Wooten
from Flite Line
1970 
48in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
formers unchecked

 

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User comments

Our club used to race Skooter II's. We'd cut out our own kits. (I think this was when they weren't distributed any more.) If memory serves, the airfoil is a NACA 015. We were using K&B Sportster 20's, which was a mistake, because only one guy knew how to make them run right. Actually, he told us how to do it right, but no one did. I had at least 2 different Skooter II's. I liked it best with floats, which seemed to actually help with the aerobatics. Also, with an OS FP40 and an 11 inch prop instead of the K&B. The 11 inch prop helped it get up on top of the snow when using skis.
Lincoln - 13/10/2018
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