Turbulent City 10 (oz2274)
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Turbulent City 10. Sports radio control model for .09-.12 power.
Quote: "Have you ever sketched airplanes on the back of a placemat while relaxing in a restaurant? I had this O.S. 10 that was suddenly released from duty by a crash and there is nothing that pecipitates ideas like a loose engine.
One such idea was found its way onto a placemat was eventually enlarged to good thinking size and with a littlw work became the Turbulent City Ten. It was to be small enough to fit in a compact car without removing the wings or could be taken along to the field for a second plane.
It turned out to be a good flier and is fairly fast at full throttle, but handles well. You will find it exciting to fly and though it is not recommended as a first aileron model, if you are comfortabe with a .40 size sport plane you should have no trouble.
Wing. Since the wing is needed to fit the hatch/canopy assembly to the fuselage we will start with the wing. The spar holes in the ribs can best be made using a template. Formica works well as does thin aluminum. The 1/4 in spar holes can easily be cut out with a #11 X-Acto blade. As you cut out the ribs, allow about 1/32 excess of wood near the leading and trailing edges, for final sizing later. Stack the ribs on two short pieces of of spar material. This will align them for sanding..."
Update 09/01/2016: Rescaled this plan to correct full size at wingspan of 36-1/2in, thanks to anon.
Update 11/01/2016: Replaced this plan (again) with a better copy. This one is a 400dpi scan of the fullsize paper plan, thanks to Balsaworkbench.
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Article pages, text and pics, thanks to AugustaWest. Also, previous scan version.
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Turbulent City 10
by Dan Simenson
from RCMplans (ref:1205)
all formers complete :)
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Found online 18/01/2012 at:
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