QB 20L II

 

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QB 20L II  
by Y Matsumoto
from OK Model Pilot
52in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
formers incomplete :(


This plan was found online 03/02/2012 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=20493442&postcount=8111
Outerzone planID: oz2373 | Filesize: 659KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: hlsat

   

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Pilot Quick Built QB20L II - Radio control sports model for .19-.25 power.

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Hi Mary and Steve: First, congratulations on reaching 9K plan references, plus A LOT of books and mags! Yes, I know you have less than 9K plans on your Database these days, but that is really not your fault, is it? ... The other day I was scanning some old slides (yes, again) and I run across a few photos of the wonderful QB 20L [model photo & more pics 003-009]. I must say the QB 20L is a wonderful model, very stable yet responsive. I built one almost 30 years ago, in 1988 to be precise, from the kit. Powered by an OS 25FP it could do all the usual 'club' aerobatics - rolls, loopings and the combinations thereof. The only thing it did less well was the stall turn as, no matter what I tried, it would always 'snake' a little on the downwards leg - maybe it needed less dihedral/more fin and rudder area?? But the things I liked most were the take-offs and landings - with careful use of throttle, one could balance the model on its main wheels, not letting the nose wheel touch the ground for a couple dozen yards. In fact, one of the enclosed photos shows it doing that 'stunt'. I still have that model in my attic, so one day... Well, there you have it - another group of grainy photos from Portugal. All the very best to you both; thank you for your work - and for the joy you give us, true aeromodellers, every single day (yes, I make a point of getting my 'Outerzone/RC Library' daily 'fix'!).
ArnaldoCorreia - 04/08/2017
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