Aeromaster Too (oz1972)
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Aeromaster Too. This is a supplemental plan to build enlarged swept wings for the Aeromaster (oz1971) design, taking the wingspan up from 48 in to 52-1/2 in. This plan shows only the wings.
Mixing and matching between the two plans allows three different wing configurations for the Aeromaster. See morepics 003.
Update 05/10/2012: Thanks to darkdog for pointing this out. Have replaced this plan with a new version which is scaled at full-size, courtesy of pd1.
Update 20/04/2018: added kit review from RCM&E, May 1974, thanks to RFJ.
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by Lou Andrews
IC R/C Biplane
all formers complete :)
Found online 06/12/2011 at:
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Credit*: hobbyaeromodelismerc.fr, pd1
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User commentsBe aware that this prints out at about 10% undersize, wingspan comes out at ~48", as opposed to specced 53", and chord at ~ 202mm compared to Aeromaster (oz1971) at 223mm.
darkdog - 28/09/2012
Construction note: If building this version, beware of a weak point in the wings at the point where the mainspars are spliced just outside the centre section. If built like this, and flown without struts, the wings will probably fold at this point. I rebuilt mine after the first accident with extra bracing, and always flew with interplane struts! Very important for aerobatics.
ianlambert - 20/01/2013
Please, add these photos to this model: Aeromaster Too - by Lou Andrews from AAmco - 1968 - 53in span - IC R/C Biplane [more pics 004, 005].
LucD - 30/01/2019
I have built a total of 6 Aeromaster TOOs, the first in 1975, still have one flying and a spare GP Super Aeromaster kit tucked away just in case. I also have a Giant Aeromaster but have not as yet flown it. Superb aeroplane.
Brian Patterson - 05/03/2020
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