DH Mosquito FB MkVI (oz12488)


DH Mosquito FB MkVI (oz12488) by Dave Philpotts 2003 - plan thumbnail

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DH Mosquito FB MkVI. Radio control scale model. For electric power with 500/600 geared motors.

Scale is 1/9.

Note the primary drawing here is the CAD zip download. That's the file that Dave Philpotts produced, and that is his design, his work. The PDF file we have here (with thanks to Miguel) has been exported from that primary file. It is a secondary option, for non-CAD users.

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Quote: "Hi OuterZone, I came across your site when I was investigating what plans were available on the net by an old friend of mine, Dave Philpotts.
Sadly, I have lost touch with Dave over the years but I was with him on the maiden flight of the 1/9th scale Spitfire Mk IX (oz12210) which to be honest, didn't go too well... poor tail authority and wrong C-of-G put it into a nearby tree but luckily there wasn't too much damage! The main reason for contacting you is that Dave gave me CAD files for several of his models including the second in the series of 1/9th Merlin powered WW2 aircraft - a Mosquito F.B.MkIV at 72 in span. This is once again a greatly detailed design which was near completion last time I saw Dave. This was eventually put on hold when he decided to design and build a Gauge-1 live steam locomotive which is when I lost touch after moving away.
I feel it would be very important to get the rest of these designs archived for posterity and to know that the many hundreds of hours of work he put in to these drawings aren't wasted - I'm sure many might be inspired by this work...
Kind regards,"

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  • (oz12488)
    DH Mosquito FB MkVI
    by Dave Philpotts
    72in span
    Scale Electric R/C Multi Military Fighter Bomber
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 17/09/2020
    Filesize: 2405KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: PeteJones, Miguel
    Downloads: 3559

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