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Aerobipe. Aero Bipe. Radio control sport model. 34in wingspan, 408 sqin area, 3-channel biplane for 1/2A power. Sig kit no. RC-25.
Quote: "A Terrific New RC Sportplane. Aerobatic 34 inch sport biplane for Galloping Ghost or small multi. A real fun airplane to build and fly. Ideal for Galloping Ghost or the newer miniature systems such as EK, Orbit or Kraft. Construction is simple and fast. As with all biplanes it is very attractive in the air. Use .049 engine for single channel and .09 or .10 for multi."
The plan titleblock says quote: "Based on an original design by John Bilcich".
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Note this design is a development of the earlier SIG Baron's Buggy (oz10720).
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User commentsThere's a good thread with lots of info and pics on the Aerobipe model here: http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_10488456/tm.htm
SteveWMD - 05/03/2013
Yes. John Bilcich was the original designer in the early 70's. He designed and built all his own planes. Sig was our supplier and offered to kit the design for him. John is now 95 yrs old and doing well. I know all this as I am his son.
SLB - 11/08/2020
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