Ace (oz1344)


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KK Ace. 30in span rubber powered cabin sport model. Includes full print instructions.

Quote: "The Ace is a high performance duration model - of remarkable stability. Construction is very simple and even the beginner should experience no difficulty. Study the plan and the printed balsa sheets in conjunction with these instructions before starting to build. As some of the parts are very small, it is a good idea to cut them out only as they are required... "

Update 17/05/2013: Added printwood supplement for this file, thanks to vintage1.

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User comments

I love the KK Ace. This one is slightly modified [more pics 003-005], I added a few diagonals and a folding prop but it's still a KK Ace and it definitely requires a d/t. It's my 3rd one as 'Hung' (the God of Thermals) seems to like this design! This one has a 'Button' d/t btw and flies sweetly. Easily good for over a minute in calm weather.
DannyMZ - 07/03/2018
Yesterday I bought this little construction kit, a replica of the KeilKraft ACE, a rubber band model [more pics 006]. My grandson of 8 years likes these small planes. I usually build all my airplanes without Construction Kit as to build from a kit is not so cheap. But I found the construction box so beautiful that I bought one anyway - and my grandson will be very happy.
JulienVermeire - 04/04/2019
Here's the KeilKraft ACE [more pics 007]. I built this rubber band model airplane with electric motor. It's a pleasure to build this KeilKraf models. I'll send later pictures of the finished ACE.
JulienVermeire - 22/04/2019
Here's the KeilKraft ACE [more pics 008]. Equipped with small electric motor, flight ready only 160 grams. The smallest RC plane I ever built, with a total area of 10 dm 2. Thank you OUTER ZONE for this beautiful site. I can't stop building these small aircraft. With little wind, you can fly them anywhere without people to bother. They make no noise, and are not dangerous. Our ancestors had to fly these airplanes without RC. By modern technology, you can become. Yesterday I flew it for the first time - it is wonderful in the air.
JulienVermeire_Belgium - 24/04/2019
See attached Picture [011]. More info about my Ace on my homepage
TomasD - 25/08/2020
Salut Julien, your photo no. 008 cropped up in the random gallery strip today and there it was your signature! The beautiful embroidered tablecloth with the lace surround, the tulips, the cacti, and even the owl and yellow ducks in the background. All lovely!
Oh, the model is pretty too, I hope it still flies :)
Miguel - 04/08/2022
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