Phantom MK2


Phantom MK2 - plan thumbnail image

Phantom MK2 - completed model photo more pics (8)

Phantom MK2  
from Keil Kraft
21in span
Tags: IC C/L LowWing Trainer
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 21/04/2012 at:
Outerzone planID: oz2806 | Filesize: 420KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: JedBond, aeromeddeler


About this Plan

Keil Kraft Phantom - Classic control line trainer model. Plan includes a sheet with hand-drawn tracing of the kit parts.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Supplementary files

Alternate scan of the same plan, thanks to aeromeddeler. This file also includes scan of formed UC wire, also the plywood parts for bellcrank mount, F1, line guide and dihedral braces.


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User comments

Hello Steve! I just wanted to show you some pics of some planes I built from Plans available at Outerzone. These are the Keil Kraft Phantom, finished in 2015 [more pics 003, 004].
Sebastian - 29/04/2016
Added three great photos of the Phantom [more pics 007-009] thanks to AntonioRG.
Mary - 25/10/2016
Hi Mary, Here are a couple of photos of the KK Phantom I built in the '80s with a PAW diesel [more pics 005, 006]. If you fit a big engine, they fly a bit faster. If you fit a small engine, they fly a bit slower. Whatever engine you fit, they just go round and round. But they will show you the fun of control line flying and you just HAVE to build one sometime.
ChrisPinn - 15/12/2016
I have to confess I have never actually built a model of any type, just watched admiringly from the sidelines as Steve builds his. One of my resolutions for 2017 is to scratch-build at least one plane. Maybe I'll make it the Phantom :)
Mary - 16/12/2016
Added lovely picture of completed model, thanks to Alf Britchford [more pics 010].
Mary - 27/05/2017
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