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Protege. Radio control sport trainer model, for 60 power.
Discontinued kit from Carl Goldberg Models.
Quote: "Instructions. The PROTÉGÉ is more than just another .60-size trainer. Of course, its size makes it easy to see and its unique flat-bottomed airfoil gives it great inherent stability for confidence-building early flights. But what's really exciting is that, with simple adjustments, you can transform your PROTEGE into a gently responsive sport model capable of all the primary maneuvers, including outside loops. And all the while, you'll benefit from PROTEGE'S arrow-like tracking, super-slow landing speed, and sure-footed ground handling. The PROTEGE is engineered to build quick and true, and when you finish it, you'll have a versatile, flyer-friendly performer that will take you smoothly from trainer to sport level flying. Before you start, please read through these instructions and review the plans to become familiar with the PROTÉGÉ methods of assembly... "
The manual is available for download from the Great Planes site at http://greatplanes.com/manuals/discontinued.php
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Kit manual, 39 pages, complete.
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User commentsHello, I need this plan but in bitmap, not CAD because I can't work with this format. I would like to have the original scan from the kit plan. I appreciate this very much.
Eduardo - 04/09/2020
Hi Eduardo, the first download button is for a vector PDF, you should have no problem building from it If the color lines bother you you can have it printed in grayscale. If this fails too for some Shades of Gray being too faint on the printed copy I suppose I can help with that if you want.
Sorry, no raster file, but I imagine Mr Sinclair will have that, he had to base his CAD design on something. By the way, this CAD rework is quite a fine piece :-)
Miguel - 05/09/2020
If you don't have an application to handle the CAD format, the available PDF file can be printed from in any version of Adobe Acrobat.
Jan Novick - 05/09/2020
Hello, please can you help me how to contact Mr. Alan Sinclair in order to get a standard JPEG copy of this plan as scanned from the original kit version? I spent a lot of time trying to get the plan as it was originally printed and drawn for the kit and just could not do it. I appreciate your help very much.
Eduardo - 03/10/2020
Hi Eduardo. I don't have Alan's contact details to hand, will leave this comment up here and hopefully he'll see it.
SteveWMD - 03/10/2020
Hello, In regards to the question on the Protege. My e-mail address is on the plan in the lower left hand corner. Please contact me and I will send you the plan in whatever format you would like.
Alan Sinclair - 05/10/2020
Hello Allan, I sent you an email about two days ago. Perhaps you didn't get it or is in Spam folder. I'll send it again and thank you very much. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and I need the plan in standard JPEG or similar. Thank you very much
Eduardo Barriga - 05/10/2020
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