Junior Monitor MkII (oz4404)


Junior Monitor MkII (oz4404) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury 1966 - plan thumbnail

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Junior Monitor MkII. Control line stunt sport combat model.

Quote: "Here is the new Junior Monitor, a model combining all the style and performance of the original Monitor with the ease of construction of the Musketeer (oz8501).

Building time for this new model is less than half what it was for the original, and it is at the same time a stronger and better machine.

It makes an easily flown trainer with a 2.0 cc motor and will fly the book with a hot 2.5 or 3.5.

Before starting contrucution, note the following points. The cowling is actually half the front end of the hollow log fuselage cut out with a fine saw after it has beeen cemented together. The positioning of the engine bearers in the the halves of the hollow log must be done to suit your motor..."

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Junior Monitor MkII (oz4404) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury 1966 - model pic

  • (oz4404)
    Junior Monitor MkII
    by HJ Nicholls
    from Mercury
    30in span
    IC C/L
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/05/2013
    Filesize: 572KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: vintage1

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Two Mercury Junior Monitor II's built from an Outerzone download [main pic, 006]. Regards,
Jan-Willem Roest - 18/07/2020
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