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U-2 Profile prop-jet. Radio control semi-profile scale model, for electric power. Pusher prop layout. Wingspan 45 in, wing area 190 sq in.
Quote: "U2A Profile Prop Jet. Designed by Anthony Eimen (in collaboration with Pat Tritle)."
See prototype build thread on RCGroups by builderdude at: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3795... for more details and lots of good pics.
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by Anthony Eimen
Scale Electric R/C Pusher Military
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Found online 06/02/2022 at:
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User commentsI am the designer of this airplane. And although I didn't personally authorize publishing it here, I am in support of that as I do want to share this design for free. My only concern is that this is a preliminary design plan, and the U2 has not yet flown. I would like to caution that ribs should be cut slightly long and not notched until it's test-fitted over the spars for notch accuracy. Do that and you should be fine, building this.
The completed weight of mine was 11.3 oz, with battery on-board, ready for flight. Mine uses a 2 cell, 7.4V 500 mAh Lipo in the nose with a little nose ballast.
Anthony Eimen - 02/03/2022
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