Migisi 662 (oz12698)
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Migisi 662. Radio control slope soarer model.
Note the Migisi 662 plan was published in the same article as the Little Plank III (oz12697) - it just gets a brief mention at the end.
Quote: "The plan for another of my designs, the Migisi, is available at the B2Streamlines site as well. The Migisi design was heavily influenced by a Dave Jones Plank, the R2. I’ve long wanted to build a larger higher aspect ratio plank with elliptical wing tips. No prototype yet. Someday I hope to build the Migisi, but for now it’s second in my build queue."
Note main pic shows completed Migisi 662 model made by Kaptein, found on his excellent build thread on RCGroups, see https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2298545 for more details and more photos.
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by Chuck Clemans
from RC Soaring Digest
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Found online 13/12/2020 at:
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User commentsI've searched years for a Dave Jones R42M plank. See https://www.glide.net.au/flyingwing/wfreak.htm I like this plan just as much. I only wish I could've found it with the keyword "plank".
Zack Kelley - 11/06/2021
Hi Zack. You're right, a simple search for 'plank' won't work, unless you you search on CompleteText. But that would also return all plans with the string 'planking' or 'planked' in the complete text. Probably the best way would be in the advanced search, for plans tagged as both RC and glider that also include 'plank' in the descrip - like this: https://outerzone.co.uk/advanced/search/results.asp?T1=Glider&T2=RC&K1=plank&F1=Dscrp currently that narrows it down to a total 43 results :)
SteveWMD - 12/06/2021
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