G-88 G-99 Wing (oz12965)


G-88 G-99 Wing (oz12965) by Frank Zaic from RC Wings 1970 - plan thumbnail

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G-88, G-99 wing.

Note this is not a plan for a complete airframe. This is a wing plan. This plan shows only the wing(s).

Note this plan shows parts and layout for a choice of two different spans at 88 and 99 inch.

Quote: "Mary, OK.. as I mentioned... this was, I believe, a wing kit that Zaic sold, and that Lee Renaud used in his first kit at Airtronics. But I also believe it was a optional version, for the Zaic RC Floater, that you have posted as RC Floater G-110 (oz12121).

Steve, In my search for a Floater 110 kit, I found a wing kit and the plan sheet. These were drawn by Frank Zaic, with credit to Lee Renaud, after he had moved out to California. You may want to post these along with the RC Floater G-110. I believe the one currently posted is a G-110F (flat bottom airfoil). This one has all of the alternate under-cambered 6409 airfoil ribs.

From the notation re minimum sink, THIS is the FLOATER wing! LOL I will get some of the plywood end ribs scanned and send those in asap! Thanks again for a great plan service! JWR"

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  • (oz12965)
    G-88 G-99 Wing
    by Frank Zaic
    from RC Wings
    110in span
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 13/04/2021
    Filesize: 1851KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JWR

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This is the wing used on Olympic 88-99 see Olympic 99 (oz7618)
Richard Browning - 19/04/2021
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