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Pageboy - completed model photo more pics (7)

by Ken Willard
from Model Airplane News
12in span
Tags: IC R/C
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 17/04/2011 at:
Outerzone planID: oz358 | Filesize: 474KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Mark Winstanley


About this Plan

Tiny single channel rudder only RC cabin model, with Cox TeeDee .010 power. The Pageboy is a small version of the Schoolboy, made as small as possible to prove a point about miniaturisation. A clipped wing version at 8in wingspan was successfully flown.

Update 06/06/2013: Replaced this plan with a clearer version, thanks to theshadow.

Supplementary files

Article page (one page, text and 2 pics) is included in the planfile.


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User comments

My Pageboy was not much of a success, too small and too heavy. My Cox 010 was way too much power for the model, even with the prop on backwards and running rich. I used a lighter radio than Ken did but mine was so twitchy it didn't last long. I built several of Ken's designs and they all flew well, but not this one. My favorite was the Roaring Twenty, a very similar model but twice the size.
DougSmith - 13/09/2015
Hola Mary and Steve. Another Ken Willard "great plane": PAGEBOY, ID: oz358 [more pics 003-009]. Electric version, powered by a AD-C5 micro outrunner (4.6 g and 3700Kv), 4 x 2, 5 prop, 6 Amp ESC and Lipo 2S 450 mAh. A very fun model, able to perform simple aerobatic figures possible with only two axes. Saludos from Spain.
JesusAbellan - 14/02/2018
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