Peppermint Pattie (oz10598)
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Peppermint Pattie. Radio control sport model, for .15 power.
Quote: "This is a plane designed by Nick Damuck. It was kitted by Master Kits and published in RC Sportsman. The CAD plan was drawn by Gene Rock. I had been granted permission by both of them to submit this to you. It is a fantastic little plane, very groovy and aerobatic, and fast. I built one from a kit and can tell you an old .15 sport engine is just fine. Something like the old OS, or an Enya. I tried a ST .23 on it and it did not fly any better, so when I rebuilt it I mounted a .15 O.S. LA on it. The CAD file is something I had cooked up using one of my spare kits to copy the root and tip airfiols and create a wing plan in Compufoil. I never actually built a wing from this, so buyer beware. This plane and the Ace Super Pacer are my two most favorite planes, and I guess you could throw in the Sig Kougar. Dave"
Direct submission to Outerzone.
This plan also appeared in RC Sportsman, March 1978.
Note photo of completed Peppermint Pattie model was found online at http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/classic-rc-pattern-flying-379/5532053-peppermint-pattie.html
Update 02/01/2019: Added wing parts file (now in PDF format), thanks to JimPurcha.
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