Pylon Duster (oz13573)

 

Pylon Duster (oz13573) by G Franklin from RCME 1963 - plan thumbnail

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Pylon Duster. Radio control pyln racer model. Simple construction. For any 2.5 cc motor, and 4 channels.

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Pylon Duster from RCM&E, November 1963.

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Pylon Duster (oz13573) by G Franklin from RCME 1963 - model pic

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  • (oz13573)
    Pylon Duster
    by G Franklin
    from RCME
    November 1963 
    43in span
    IC R/C LowWing
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 20/12/2021
    Filesize: 412KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Circlip, RFJ

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User comments

First let me say that your site is GREAT thank you. At the moment I am building the KK Falcon OZ 908, flew one back in the 1960s. The picture that I have attached [main pic] is my Pylon Duster that I built and flew September 1966, it was powered by a .29 cu inch engine and controlled with my home made 12 channel radio, only two servos in the pylon Duster. To stop the engine I flew the aircraft inverted as the tank had a fixed fuel pick up. The picture was taken at Perton which was near Wolverhampton, now a housing estate. I first flew RC aircraft at age 15 and still flying 60 years later but now in Canada since 1970. Regards,
Philip Soden - 24/01/2022
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