Champ Mark IV

 

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Champ Mark IV  
by Andy Kunz
September 2018 
55in span
Tags: IC Electric R/C Cabin
all formers complete :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 01/10/2018
Outerzone planID: oz10521 | Filesize: 243KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: AndyKunz

   

About this Plan

Livewire Champ Mark IV. Radio control sport trainer model, for either glow (.15-35) or electric power. A tribute to Hal deBolt. This is a modern updated design, based on the classic Hal DeBolt Midwest model.

Quote: "This is the Mark IV Champ. It is based on the Midwest Livewire Champ Mark III (oz413) plans that you host, and in fact the builder should consult those plans for the stab construction and general notes. It may be built either glow (I'm using an OS .25) or electric (Power 15, 3S 2200). The build thread is found here: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3121152. A laser kit should be available from Manzano in a few days. Andy"

This plan is designed for laser cutting, with tab and slot construction.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 19/10/2018: Replaced this planfile with revised version (Version oz30), also added bill of materials, thanks to AndyKunz.

Note this latest version of the planfile shows full details and parts for 3 different wings that can be used on the model, so as a simple 3 channel type, or with ailerons, or with ailerons and flaps.

Supplementary files

Bill of Materials.

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