Zephyr 30 Profile (oz12071)

 

Zephyr 30 Profile (oz12071) by Jim Zare 2018 - plan thumbnail

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Zephyr 30 Profile. Radio control sport profile model, for electric power with Park 250 motor. Wingspan 30 in, wing area 194 sq in.

Quote: "Steve, I have attached plans, photos for a series of models based on the 1936 Abe Bergman Zephyr (oz5583). I have published most of these in RC Groups. Jim Zare."

See Jim's Zephyr thread on RCGroups for more details at https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3524...

Quote: "I increased the size to approximately 30 inches for a Park 250 motor with a similar profile fuselage. Several were built with pull-pull controls but the one depicted here uses Dubro micro push rods for more control sensitivity."

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Zephyr 30 Profile (oz12071) by Jim Zare 2018 - model pic

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  • (oz12071)
    Zephyr 30 Profile
    by Jim Zare
    August 2018 
    30in span
    Electric R/C
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 28/03/2020
    Filesize: 623KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JimZare

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