Cougar (oz2628)

 

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About this Plan

Cougar. Control line flapped stunter. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.

Quote: "If you do decide to use the plan it is a tracing from the original scan so please take care. The Cougar was designed by T. Stoker for use in the 1956 Gold Trophy but had fuel feed problems on the day (not an uncommon occurrence I know). She has a wingspan of 45 in and is designed with a motor of .19 to .29 in mind. All in all a beautiful example of the British Stunter in vogue at that time - before the Fox 35 ruled the roost."

Quote: "Cougar 45 in flapped stunter for 3.5 - 5 cc by T W J Stoker from Aero Modeller November 1957 COUGAR was designed specifically for flying in the 1956 Gold Trophy, but unfortunately, fuel feed troubles did not allow it to show its full paces. Normally it flies extremely smoothly through the whole stunt schedule at 72 mph with a K & B 19 in the original. With a little modification the popular Frog 500 or any of the powerful 35 diesels and 19 glow engines would be ideal."

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