Olympic II Electric (oz13439)


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Olympic II Electric. Radio control sailplane model for electric power.

Note the original Olympic II (oz5116) was an Airtronics kit, circa 1976. This here is a modern redrawn plan that shows a modified design with brushless electric power.

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Quote: "Hi Steve, attached is new set of plans for the above Airtonics kit from the seventies. I have redrawn the original plans and converted it to brushless motor power. The airfoil also has been modernised with an AG-35 section. The ribs are drawn at 100% thickness with optional 115% ribs for a thicker wing which some may prefer.

The original plane was a great floater but did not like the wind when it got stronger than a light breeze, hence the section change. I have drawn the origional wing section and it is available if wanted. Regards from Western Australia,"


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  • (oz13439)
    Olympic II Electric
    by John Torrance
    from Airtronics
    100in span
    Electric Glider R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 11/11/2021
    Filesize: 2591KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JohnTorrance

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