Stits Junior


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Stits Junior  
by Aubrey Kochman
from Air Trails
June 1951 
18in span
Tags: Scale IC C/L
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 04/05/2012
Outerzone planID: oz2874 | Filesize: 367KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: theshadow, fantasyflyer_plan_collection


About this Plan

Stits Jr - Control line scale model.

Quote: - "Building a model at 2in to the foot scale usually results in a large-size craft even if a small plane is used as the prototype. In the case of the 'Stits Jr.' however, we find the opposite to be true because this ship holds the claim to be 'World's Smallest'. The configuration of the Stits Jr. lends itself very well to control line flying with its short tail moment and large tail surfaces. It is not recommended for advanced stunting, however, due to its short span and high wing loading..."

Quote: "Here is a nice control line scale Stits Jr. from Air Trails, June 1951. This is a full size plan scan all cleaned up for everyone to enjoy. This was in a multi plan pack consisting of the Stits, Korker, Jezebel and 1/2 Twin."

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Update 07/02/2017: Added article pages, thanks to Newtmagick.

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User comments

Well, the Stits Junior - I really went askew on this plan. I increase the size by hundred and 50% and made it a brushless RC 4 channel [more pics 004, 005]. I want to thank you for all that you do I really enjoy creating model aircraft.
Larry - 11/08/2016
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