Super Suppi (oz11735)


Super Suppi (oz11735) by Paul Tupker 1968 - plan thumbnail

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Super Suppi. CL trainer model.

Quote: "Hi, Super Suppi a control line stunt trainer. This is a plan from Paul Tupker. He is a Dutch designer and he created this stunt trainer in 1968. He was a master in designing good looking, simple to built planes and they all flew very well. You already have the Suppi (oz8977). This plan is his big brother. I got this thanks to Winfried from the Dutch modelbouwforum.

Span 1040 mm, 41 in
Length 740 mm, 29 in
Motor from 3,5 to 6 cc, .21 to .35

All text is in Dutch but the plan explains itself, and balsa is also balsa in Dutch. I am happy this plan will be saved at your great website. Regards,"

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Super Suppi (oz11735) by Paul Tupker 1968 - model pic

  • (oz11735)
    Super Suppi
    by Paul Tupker
    41in span
    IC C/L
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 17/11/2019
    Filesize: 478KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: EdVink, Winfried

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Hello, I'm sending two pictures of my Super Suppi, built in winter 1970/71 [model photo & more pics 003].
Because of winning the national title in Beginners Aerobatics in 1970 my 'career' suddenly accelerated. I won that contest with a Mini-Suppi (standard Suppi's little brother) fitted with a Webra record 1.5 cc diesel. Consequence however was that if I wanted to compete, I had to fly with the 'big boys' in full F2B the next year.
My stunt mentor, Paul Tupker, therefore suggested I'd get myself a Fox .35 and build a Super Suppi. At the time, Paul was flying a Fox 35 powered Palmer Thunderbird, it's easy to see where I got the outfit of my Super Suppi.
The Super Suppi turned out to be my stepping stone into F2B, it taught me flying the entire schedule. From there the Fox was relocated into a Nobler and in 1978 I could join Paul (& Peter van Doesburg) in the Dutch team at the World Championships in the UK [more pics 004-009]. Sadly, we lost Paul in 2009.
Just over 40 years later ;) [more pics 010].
Bruno_vanHoek_Netherlands - 22/11/2019
What does "Suppi" mean?
Michael Reed - 23/11/2019
Paul was active in a SUB commission of a greater aviation organisation. He used the word SUB as SUPPI.
Ed - 23/11/2019
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