Stinger 10 (oz12437)


Stinger 10 (oz12437) by Jerry Smith 1993 - plan thumbnail

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Stinger 10. Radio control sport model. Wingspan 36 in, wing area 270 sq in, for .09 - .15 engines.

Quote: "Hello Outerzone! Thanks for continuing to provide the BEST resource for free RC plans on the internet. I have had a few queries over the years requesting Stinger 10 plans from the defunct Lanier company. I built mine in the early 90's powered by an ancient OS .15 Max III passed down to me by my grandfather. It flew quite well although the landing gear gave me fits as it repeatedly jettisoned itself from the fuselage when landing on grass. I hope it may be of use to some of your users. Cheers, Scott"

Update 1/1/2024: Added kit instructions, thanks to dfritzke.

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Stinger 10 (oz12437) by Jerry Smith 1993 - model pic

  • (oz12437)
    Stinger 10
    by Jerry Smith
    from Lanier RC
    February 1993 
    36in span
    IC R/C LowWing Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 10/08/2020
    Filesize: 544KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: ScottC
    Downloads: 1505

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User comments

The original Stinger was giant scale with a G62 motor. Designed by Wayne Voyles of Lanier R/C. He and Bubba Spivey (LRC owner) had been flying hopped up Big Bees, they called Killer Bees. They wanted more performance, so Wayne sat down at the dining room table and designed the Stinger. Jerry while with Lanier RC just scaled down the original plans.
JD Whitey Voyles - 04/06/2021
I built a Lanier Stinger 10 back when they were still pumping out the kit (early 2000's). I decided to build it as fast as I could to get it flying within 24 hours (and I did). The only issue, that was a non-issue, is that I did not find the center of the wing correctly, so one side was slightly longer than the other. It flew very well regardless and could be like a rocket on a .25! I flew it a few times but then went through a really difficult break up where I sold off pretty much all my RC planes and gear. These kids were cheap back then, but now the used and online auction prices for these are crazy!
Scooter Booter - 08/12/2022
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