Eastwind 76 (oz11582)


Eastwind 76 (oz11582) by Henry Struck from Jetco 1974 - plan thumbnail

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Jetco Eastwind 76. Radio controlled powered glider model. Wingspan 76 in, wing area 420 sq in. For Cox .09 engine and 2 channels.

Quote: "The Eastwind R/C Powered Soarer features a .049 to .09 reatractable engine installation which folds into the fuselage at altitude for reduced glide drag, removable for towline lanching. Heavier loading permits flight in higher wind when lighter ships can't penetrate return from downwind thermals. Controls: 2 or 3 channels: rudder, elevator, inboard ailerons or flaps."

Note there is no printwood with this plan but a comparison with the larger plan at Eastwind 100 (oz9024) may be helpful. Most likely the wing ribs are identical. That plan also has complete instructions text.

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Eastwind 76 (oz11582) by Henry Struck from Jetco 1974 - model pic

  • (oz11582)
    Eastwind 76
    by Henry Struck
    from Jetco (ref:RCG-3)
    November 1974 
    76in span
    IC Glider R/C Kit
    clean :)
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 27/09/2019
    Filesize: 1211KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke

Eastwind 76 (oz11582) by Henry Struck from Jetco 1974 - pic 003.jpg
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