CAD Kaos (oz13334)
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CAD Kaos. Radio control pattern plane. For .61 engines.
The original Joe Bridi Kaos (oz6251) design first appeared in RCM in February 1970. This here is a later re-drawn version.
Note despite the given title 'CAD Kaos', this is not actually a CAD file. This is a vector PDF file.
Note this plan is available as a free download from the MAN site at https://www.modelairplanenews.com/blast-past-cad-kaos/
Quote: "Downloadable Plans! CAD KAOS.
An all time favorite RC design is the classic .60-size Kaos designed and flown by the famous aerobatic guru Joe Bridi. Many copies have been built and flown over the years, and I have built a newer version drawn with CAD.
I had an old dog-eared copy of the plans, so I scanned them and converted them (traced) to produce a new clean copy of the original. Attached to this post is a downloadable PDF for my CAD plans! Feel free to build your own Kaos.
This is the original sport version, that lead to the even more popular, retractable landing gear equipped Super Kaos. It’s perfect for anyone interested in a retro senior pattern legal flyer.
The PDF measures 36 x 90 inches and can be printed out a Staples or other office supply outlets."
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by Gerry Yarrish
IC R/C LowWing
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Found online 03/09/2021 at:
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