Hawker Tomtit (oz14820)


Hawker Tomtit (oz14820) by Luis Fernando Orgaz - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Hawker Tomtit. Radio control scale model biplane.

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The Veron Hawker Tomtit (oz10252) kit first appeared circa 1970. This here is a later redrawn plan, in the Spanish magazine Aerotec. This plan shows some detail changes, eg separate aileron servos.

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Hawker Tomtit (oz14820) by Luis Fernando Orgaz - model pic

  • (oz14820)
    Hawker Tomtit
    by Luis Fernando Orgaz
    from Aerotec Modelismo
    52in span
    Scale IC R/C Biplane
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 26/08/2023
    Filesize: 868KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Pilgrim
    Downloads: 698

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How devious! Two wings and a round engine trying to sneak off as a pointy one! What is this world coming to? But look at those photos, it's what can be done with a plan like this :)
Miguel - 22/09/2023
. . . and a four stroke radial
Jan Novick - 22/09/2023
Four-stroke? What four-stroke, I count five cylinders! Unless one of them is misfiring, of course. but...
Miguel - 22/09/2023
Let's just hope that it is not the bottom cylinder misfiring because that is the only one that is working. ;-)
RogerB - 23/09/2023
Not to worry Roger… prolific and beloved Oz community commentator Miguel’s cylinder (this one on top) misfires constantly, yet, he manages to merrily chug along : RC Yeager - 23/09/2023
Verily, "A wise son maketh a glad father" :)
Miguel - 23/09/2023
RC Yeager, So are you saying Miguel is kind of like 5 O'Clock Charlie on MASH? :-D
RogerB - 23/09/2023
Yes, definitely... although Miguel can strike at any time.
RC Yeager - 24/09/2023
"Friends, Romans, Outerzoners, lend me your ears;
I come to bury Miguel, not to praise him."
Oh. Wait, that can't be right!
Miguel - 24/09/2023
LOL Miguel. You consistently make my day with your humor. I love it. We are not here to bury you. We are just waiting on bated breath to see what you come up with next. Please keep it up!
RogerB - 24/09/2023
It's unfortunate that the Spanish source of this plan makes no acknowledgement at all to Phil Smith's original from which it was copied.
Brian Cox - 25/09/2023
Roger, T'is the nature of the beast :) but it is a privilege to have my occasional ravings accepted in the distinguished assembly OZ has gathered.
Brian, sadly I have to agree, there is no such mention in the plan or article. 'About this Plan' at the top left addresses this. Saying 'plagiarism is flattery' requires more goodwill than I can dispense with.
Miguel - 25/09/2023
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