Super Esprit Wing (oz12800)

 

Super Esprit Wing (oz12800) by Lee Renaud from Airtronics 2020 - plan thumbnail

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Super Esprit. Wingspan 173 in. Wing area 1450 sq in.

The original Esprit (oz9842) with 85 in span was first published in RCM 1971. This was followed by the Airtronics Grand Esprit (oz9015) kit at 134 in span in 1974.

This here is a plan to build an extended wing (at 173 in) to fit onto the Grand Esprit. This plan shows only the wing. See Grand Esprit (oz9015) for the rest of the airframe.

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Quote: "Super Esprit wing details. See Grand wing plan and instructions for added details. Fuse and tail are identical to Grand esprit, except boom is 4 in longer.

Wing area: 1450 sq in.
Wing span: 173 in.
Aspect ratio: 20.6:1
Nominal weight with 3 servos: 80 oz.
Nominal wing loading: 8 oz/sq ft.

Revised CAD version 5/20/2020 by Alan Sinclair."

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  • (oz12800)
    Super Esprit Wing
    by Lee Renaud
    from Airtronics
    2020 
    173in span
    Glider R/C
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 05/02/2021
    Filesize: 1103KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: AlanSinclair

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