Sonic Cruiser (oz11817)
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Live Wire Sonic Cruiser. Radio control multi trainer. Wingspan 66 in, wing area 860 sq in. For .19 to .45 engines.
Quote: "Exciting Multi Control Trainer. Designed by Hal deBolt.
The Sonic Cruiser is the easy way to multi control R/C flying, you don't have to be an expert pilot to enjoy multi flying with this proven design. Here is a model which is quick and simple to assemble, capable of any and all maneuvers and yet handles with the ease of a trainer.
Modern in design, the 'Sonic' uses a symmetrical airfoil for maximum maneuverability and the utmost in stability. Its generous size wing provides the lift to carry the most fabulous of multi equipment or if desired smooth flying with single channel radios and smaller engines. It is capable of perfect manuvers including inside and ouitside loops, axial rolls, true spins and exteneded inverted flight. Ground handling and take offs are superb with the perfected 2 wheel gear or optional tricycle landing gear.
The design engineered structure takes all the drudgery out of the assemly and yet builds up into a light weight unit which can stand the rigors of everyday flying.
Build the 'Sonic' quicker, fly it easier and get the tops in performance."
Quote: "Plan from Bill Kuhlman, restoration by Roland Friestad. RCMW, March 2018."
Note this plan is stamped as Archive #003890 from Fullsizeplans. See their website at https://www.fullsizeplans.com/
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