Pirate (oz2454)


Pirate (oz2454) by Bill Dean from Keil Kraft 1949 - plan thumbnail

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KK Pirate. Free flight power sports model. Plan shows three engine installations: Mills .75, Amco .87 and E.D. Bee 1cc.


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Pirate (oz2454) by Bill Dean from Keil Kraft 1949 - model pic


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User comments

Hi Steve, Your present image for the KK Pirate plan is from a very old KK advert. You might prefer one of the attached [model photo & more pics 003]. Best regards,
BrianCox - 12/07/2015
Here's several pics of my 'Pirate' based closely on your plan oz2454 [more pics 005-007]. Wingspan was increased to 36" from original 33". Construction is regular balsa sticks per plan and covering is Esaki tissue over doculam. This model is 2-function r/c - rudder & elevator, and flies just fine. The Amco 87 and Mills .75 engines share the same footprint so switch from one engine to the other is quite straightforward and the gentle performance is much the same with either.
AlanW - 22/04/2019
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