Dart 2 (oz11767)
About this Plan
Dart 2. Radio control sport trainer model. Wingspan 1300 mm, for 15 - 25 engines and 3 functions.
Note this plan does not include floats.
Note this plan is a free download (as a raw scan) from https://www.modelflyvningdanmark.dk/tegninger/dart-2-1980/
Note this design also appeared in MB, thanks to RC Yeager for spotting this.
Update 02/12/2019: Added article (from July 1984 MB), thanks to BoJo.
Update 01/05/2020: Have moved the MB article across to sit with the Dart 2 (oz3720) listing, which is the actual MB plan.
Quote: "Dart 2, by Mats Johansson. This construction project for a .19-size, parasol wing, R/C trainer comes to you from Sweden. The Dart 2 is an easy to fly, stable, and strong R/C model plane.
The Dart 2 is a new Swedish trainer for R/C control. It is designed for those modelers who want an airplane that is easy to fly and also is good looking. Dart 2 has been developed and improved during a period of four years. Special characteristics are that it is very easy to fly, robust, and looks like a real aircraft..."
See Dart 2 (oz3720) for full MB article.
Update 21/05/2021: Added original article, thanks to RFJ.
Supplementary file notes
Article, in Danish.
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by Mats Johansson
from Modelflyve Nyt
IC R/C Floatplane
all formers complete :)
got article :)
Found online 19/11/2019 at:
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User commentsThis one was also published in the July 1984 edition of Model Builder magazine. Plans from that one should be in English.
RC Yeager - 02/12/2019
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