Tutor (oz11400)


Tutor (oz11400) by Mark Bauer from Top Flite - plan thumbnail

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Top Flite Tutor. Control line profile trainer model, for .35 power.

Quote: "Hello Steve/Mary, Recently I got a hold of a very bad copy of the Top Flite Tutor kit plan online. Difficult to read. Since Top Flite did not make an actual builders plan, I decided to undertake making a set based on that copy. I have made a working set of plans.
I made a few adjustments, added the use of an arrow shaft pushrod instead of what the kit plan calls for and made the wing tips easier to make as I don't have kit parts to copy the outline from. This plan includes ROOT and TIP ribs. Should be easy to make using the stack method. The only caveat, I ask all modelers to measure twice and cut once especially for the rib spar cut out. Use 1/4 x 3/8 balsa and trim the ribs appropriately.
This airplane is set to fly with your favorite .35 engine. It has a 45 in wing span. Keep it light and it should perform well. Thanks, George"

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Tutor (oz11400) by Mark Bauer from Top Flite - model pic

  • (oz11400)
    by Mark Bauer
    from Top Flite
    45in span
    IC C/L
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/07/2019
    Filesize: 2061KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: GeorgeAlbo

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