Phantom Mite oz1404

 

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This plan was found online 08/07/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=329
Outerzone planID: oz1404 | Filesize: 90KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: aeromeddeler

   

About this Plan

KK Phantom Mite - 16in Control line trainer for .5 to .8 motors. This is the later version of the plan, with bubble canopy. Plan supplied by Modelmad.

For the earlier version of the Phantom Mite plan see oz881.

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oz1404 datafile

Phantom Mite  
from Keil Kraft
1964 
16in span
Tags: IC C/L LowWing
all formers complete :)

 

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User comments

I'm in the middle of a build of a Phantom Mite from the plans (in the kit my brother built in the early 1970s - with additional material from OuterZone!). One item I have - very bashed up - from the original model is a 1-1/4 inch (1.25 inch / 32mm) spinner. Try as I might, I have failed to find a replacement spinner, or indeed any spinner suitable for a 0.5cc Mills look-alike diesel with a M3.5 (3.5mm diameter) prop shaft. Likewise, finding 6x4 or 7x4 props for the same engine is proving. Does anyone know of a source today? Or knows a manufacturer looking for an opportunity at the small end? 8-)
Pete in East Sussex - 14/01/2019
Brodak sells a 1.25 in aluminium spinner for 1/2A engines that will suit this model. APC sells 6 and 7 inch props in various pitches.
TonyL - 16/01/2019
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