Junior Falcon EP (oz11417)
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Junior Falcon EP. Radio control sport trainer model. Wingspan 37-1/8 in, wing area 244 sq in, for electric power with Park 340 motor.
The original Carl Goldberg Jr Falcon (oz8144) kit first appeared in 1963. This here is a later, modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.
Quote: "Redesigned for contemporary electric power, 3 or 4 channel options, by Jim Zare 2019."
Quote: "I first scanned and created a CAD file of the Junior Falcon in 1999. This model used a Speed 400 and Nicads. It was 3 channel and flew great. A number of people bought the laser cut parts under the Electric Model Design brand. I still have one of the Speed 400 models. In 2011 I redesigned the Junior Falcon for outrunners and Lipos. The model shown below (White Stab) uses a Eflite Park 340. After several seasons of flying I am tweaking it by adding a magnetic hatch and a bolt on wing just like most of my other sport models. No more rubber bands. It will be easy to put this model in the car and get a few flights in those calm summer evenings. The 4 channel version cruises at 1/3 throttle, loops and rolls at half throttle and is quite fast at full speed. I do mix some down elevator with throttle. With the motor stopped the Junior Falcon has a slow graceful glides just like the original. I do retain dihedral."
See build thread on RCGroups at https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3363975-Junior-Falcon-2019
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User commentsLaser cut parts are available from Bob Holman, see http://www.bhplans.com/
Jim Zare - 10/08/2019
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