Thunderstreak (oz3230)


Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - plan thumbnail

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AF Thunderstreak. Australian control line high performance stunt model. For 3.5 - 6.0cc engines.

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Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - model pic

  • (oz3230)
    from Aeroflyte
    54in span
    IC C/L Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 24/08/2012
    Filesize: 734KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: stevebtts

Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 003.jpg
Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 004.jpg
Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 005.jpg
Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 006.jpg
Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 007.jpg
Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 008.jpg
Thunderstreak (oz3230) from Aeroflyte 1960 - pic 009.jpg

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User comments

Added two great photos of the completed model, thanks to Russell Christensen [more pics 003, 004].
Mary - 18/06/2018
Hi Guys, Thought you might like some photos of my Thunderstreak [006, 007] for your site. Regards,
Otech66 - 08/03/2021
Hi Mary, I have taken to building some Control line models as a result of being home during Covid lockdowns etc and built this Thunderstreak last year [main pic, 008, 009]. You have the Thundersteak in your plans and I see you already have some examples but if any of these are useful you can use them. My first motor was a Frog 500 and I intended to build a Thunderstreak for it but never did when I was a teenager but now 60 years later I have, and it flies well even if a little underpowered for overhead manoeuvres.
JohnLewis - 02/06/2021
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