Little Bug (oz106)

 

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About this Plan

Little Bug - free flight CO2 model. 12in span biplane, has some Clancy Lazy bug influence, but also very 1970s styling.

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Added colour pic of a completed Little Bug, thanks to dfritzke.

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Little Bug - completed model photo

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User comments

Hi Steve, here are some pictures of models i built from plans i found in Outerzone. Maybe they are not built exactly as per plan but quite close! The firsts shows two enlarged scale Little bugs [see more pics 004-007] to which I reduced the dihedral and converted to electric RET R/C ...Cheers!
Guizzo17 - 23/04/2015
Enlarged Little Bug looks like an excellent idea, what size and power set up was used?
Ian - 30/10/2015
1979 design, so no influence by Clancy's 1990s efforts!
anon - 09/11/2018
Fair point.
SteveWMD - 09/11/2018
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