Light Fighter 50 (oz12503)

 

Light Fighter 50 (oz12503) by Dave Philpotts 1996 - plan thumbnail

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Light Fighter. Radio control sport model for electric power with 500/600 geared motor. Wingspan 50 in, wing area 515 sq in.

The Light Fighter 40 (oz10120) was published in RCME Aug 1994. This here is a later, enlarged version.

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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  • (oz12503)
    Light Fighter 50
    by Dave Philpotts
    1996 
    50in span
    Electric R/C LowWing
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 15/09/2020
    Filesize: 457KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: PeteJones, Miguel

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  • Plan File Filesize: 457KB Filename: Light_Fighter_50in_oz12503.pdf
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