Wedgy (oz2007)


Wedgy (oz2007) by John Meaney 1940 - plan thumbnail

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Wedgy. Free flight gas model. This is a half-size version of the Leon Shulman 44in Wedgy design, at 21in span and for CO2 power.


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Wedgy (oz2007) by John Meaney 1940 - model pic


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As predicted Storm Dylan and Eleanor have curtailed any thoughts of flight but that's okay since I had the chance to complete another model ready for Spring😏. This is a scaled down version of Leon Schulman's Wedgy by John Meaney [more pics 003, 004]. I have slightly changed the fuselage profile to account for 2 9g servos, 7.4v 2s lipo and parklite rx. Power is from a geared GWS turning a 180 by 145 EMI prop. I have also slightly altered the wing span: more dihedral and slightly stretched to 24".
AnthonyRoberts - 04/01/2018
Here's a collection of photos that chronicles my attempts at an RC Wedgy that had mixed results and ended up as a donor for another creation [more pics 004, 005, also Flying Midget oz6140. The first Wedgy flew okay but was not very robust so I rebuilt it a bit sturdier. That version was less successful but rather than scrap it I searched your site for a plan with a similar wing. I came across the Flying Midget (oz6140) [where the story continues ...]
AnthonyRoberts - 04/02/2019
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