Ultra Stik 54 (oz10534)
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Ultra Stik 54. Radio control sport model, for electric power. Wingspan 54 in, wing area 604 sq in. Plan shows GForce 4250 800 kV motor, with 3300 lipo battery.
Quote: "Hey Steve and Mary, I've been remiss in sending plans because I've been building mostly out of foam. I see that there's not an Ultra Stik available. And it seems that nobody has the plans from Tower. So, I did a 54 inch electric version. Hope you like them. I've included some photos and the link to the flying video is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2y9DJ_U-x1w Charlie"
Note. This is a modern plan drawn up from scratch. PDFvector format.
Note: The original "Ultra Stick" had different spelling.
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User commentsEverybody says they've not found a bad Ugly Stick so far in over fifty years, and that's true for me. I bought an Ultra Stick 25e from a show six years ago, and it both looks better and flies better than the originals, except possibly the Graupner Middle Stick from a few decades ago. That was beautifully drawn up and superbly engineered so its worth tracking down a copy, if only to drool over the quality of the drawing.
I've not yet built this version but I'm sure it will be fine to fly. The Graupner Stick has the advantage of being in metric, though, for the 6.5 billion of us not using feet.
Michael Powell - 16/09/2019
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