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Bantam (originally named Anzac). Free flight gas model. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.
Update 02/02/2015: Added tail ribs scan, thanks to Aeromeddler.
Supplementary file notes
Printwood scan of tail ribs.
Alternate version of plan, tiled for printing on 6x A3 pages.
BW version of the plan.
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by Albert E Hatfull
from Keil Kraft
all formers complete :)
Found online 28/06/2011 at:
Format: • PDFbitmap
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User commentsthis plan has to be printed on a A3 printer,as most of us only have A4 printers could this be re-scaled to use a A4 printer. regards,
Jeff - 09/03/2014
Added a pic of his nicely completed Bantam model [see more pics 003], thanks to Sundancer - see his build thread at http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1457843 for more pics and build details.
SteveWMD - 19/07/2014
The red and yellow electric R/C Bantam (aka Anzac) in photo 003 and the flying shot [more pics 004] is now in its sixth year and has proved to be a reliable park fly model. Specification: Weight 12.3/4 ounces, wing loading 11.6 ounces/sq. ft. Motor BRC Hobbies A2208-17T 1100 Kv 90 watts. Prop GWS 8 x 4 HD. Full throttle watts 38 at 4.7 amp gives 20 degree climb. Half throttle watts 16 at 2.1 amps gives level cruise. Maximum watts/pound - 48.
Sundancer - 28/03/2016
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