Ace oz1344

 

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This plan was found online 30/06/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=319
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About this Plan

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 instsructions 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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oz1344 datafile

Ace  
by Bill Dean
from Keil Kraft
1950 
30in span
Tags: Rubber F/F Cabin
all formers complete :)

 

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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
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