New Moon (oz14525)

 

New Moon (oz14525) by Terry Dunn 2011 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

New Moon. Radio control sport model, a fantasy-scale design. Wingspan 30.5 in, wing area 152 sq in. For EDF power, using Great Planes Hyperflow unit. Uses foam construction.

Previously available from 2011 as a free download from http://www.flyrc.com/ note this site seems inactive since 2017.

See also: http://www.flyrc.com/new-moon-edf-jet/ for a spec sheet with more details.

Quote: "The New Moon is a fantasy jet inspired by the characteristic lines of Mooney-built aircraft. This foamy uses quick, no-fuss building techniques and provides sporty performance at a wide range of power levels"

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New Moon (oz14525) by Terry Dunn 2011 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz14525)
    New Moon
    by Terry Dunn
    2011 
    30in span
    Electric R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 15/04/2023
    Filesize: 234KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JimHaliburton
    Downloads: 1163

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User comments

I hope she flies as well as she looks!
Miguel - 28/04/2023
My Realflight take of this interesting looking plane: https://forums.realflight.com/index.php?resources/new_moon_ea.30085/
StefanWulph - 04/05/2023
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