Gee Bee QED II (oz14695)


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About this Plan

Gee Bee QED II. Radio control scale model racer. For Moki 150cc radial engine.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Quote: "Dear Steve the QED project is also ready, but the plane hasn’t flown as yet. I have to modify the springs and toe angle for better runway handling, the springs are too soft and the toe was higher than expected, I was too optimistic. You can see the two runs I tried here: starts at 11 sec.
I will shift the maiden to next year in Ahnsbeck as they have a 300m runway, and the work on the landing gear will be done over the winter.

Find additionally folders with dxf for Laser parts, same as pdf to look at without CAD system, a letter from Judy Moss and an original drawing from Jim Moss who made the project originally, little redesign on engine and Rudder aerea so it was called super QED II! Number two!
Cheers, Matthias"

Note the main planfile here is a single PDF file with 30 sheets. This serves as a quick overview. For a more detailed (itemised) view, see the supplement file "" for the same plan, but here each plan sheet has a title of material and size. Then of course there is the full CAD file download in DXF format. Steve.

Supplementary file notes

Judy Moss letter.
Named sheets zip.

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Gee Bee QED II (oz14695) by Matthias Moeller 2023 - model pic

  • (oz14695)
    Gee Bee QED II
    by Matthias Moeller
    90in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 13/07/2023
    Filesize: 5515KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: MatthiasMoeller
    Downloads: 666

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User comments

Absolutely amazing, I'm speechless
Madhukar - 22/07/2023
To reiterate Madhukar's comment, I'm searching for words but they fail me. Astounding is the best I can come up with. And yet, I have so many questions; for example is that a fixed, variable pitch or constant speed prop? Is it of your own design or sourced from elsewhere? I could go on for pages inquiring about design details.
Jan Novick - 22/07/2023
What the hell, Matzito, are you making me repeat myself???
Fantastic! It's impossible to say which of your designs I like best 8-D
Miguel - 22/07/2023
Thanks for the wonderful comments.
Jan the Propeller is from the 2000er years from a manufacturer from florida.
In case anyone want the cad please let me know, I redraw the propeller Hub as two blade and created one as a three blade. I can create step parts in an asy and send to Steve to publish. The blade is round in the root with an indentation 360 degree half cirle section to prevent the blade to fly off. You can adjust the pitch when unscrew the center bolt. The orig. blades were made from wood but also fibre glas moulding would be possible. So you can design your own blades. I did so for a friend who wants corsair blades.
Steve what do you think? Might be good to publish seperately under accessories.
All questions welcome
Cheers Matzito
Matthias Möller - 23/07/2023
Sure. We can add under the category for 'extras' at that would be fine.
SteveWMD - 23/07/2023
Jan, I got one 3-bladed pitch-adjustable hub plus a selection of prop blades from this chap:
I don't know whether he's still selling as the site design looks like I did it, but emails are cheap nowadays :)
Miguel - 23/07/2023
Thanks, Miguel. The information is greatly appreciated!
Jan Novick - 23/07/2023
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