La Stick (oz2330)


La Stick (oz2330) by Fred Reese, Gene Rock, Dave Fritzke 1978 - plan thumbnail

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LaStick. Radio control sports model.

Quote: "New and improved, a tiled Acrobat file of the favorite old Fred Reese Littlest Stick.

Updated by yours truly and by Gene Rock. Gene has modified the tail, the airfoil, the fuselage, shown a modern micro proportional radio, etc. This is the plane kitted by Ace R/C as a rudder only, and published by RCM back in the late 70's. I had previously added a bit to the wingspan, removed the right thrust, reduced the wing incidence, & added an elevator".


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Here are a few pics of my La Stick that I built from Dave's plans if you want to add them to the plane page [model photo & more pics 003-006]. Thank you for your wonderful site :)
Shawn - 09/09/2014
I just added Shawn's pictures to the Gallery, as they were missing for some reason. Shawn's model is powered by a Pee Wee .020 and weighs 5.1 oz. ready to fly less fuel.
Mary - 13/12/2016
Thought I'd share this background info on Shawn's build, and link to his build thread, as sent to dfritzke: "I just wanted to send you a pic of my new La Stick that I built and say thank you for the excellent plans. It was a fun and relaxing build and I can't wait to to fly it. But I'm for the rx battery to come in. As you can see, it's pictured with a standard wing, but I got into cutting my own foam core wings within the last month and I made my first foam core wing with no dihedral and added ailerons so I can switch back and forth from standard 2ch or 3ch aerobatic flying. The AUW with battery will be 5.1 oz. less fuel. And with the foam core wing, it will be 9.1 oz. less fuel. The radio I will be using is a DX8 and the on board gear will be a Spektrum AR6100E rx, and E-Flite DS75H digital sub micro servos. Here is a link to a build thread that I did on RCGroups
Mary - 22/12/2016
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