Charger (oz464)


Charger (oz464) by Milt Boone 1960 - plan thumbnail

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Charger. Radio control sport/competition model for OS Max 15 power and single channel RC.

Quote: "A radio controlled, rudder-only airplane developed for sport or competition flying, the Charger is the end result of many months of building and flying R/C rudder craft. I feel that in the hands of the average flyer, it is capable of performing all the maneuvers required of 'rudder only' types. It will loop, roll, Cuban eight, do simplified proto take offs, touch and go.

The best part about the design is you don't have to be an expert to put this little craft through its paces. The Charger is a rugged plane that can take a spin-in without exploding. Its contest abilities are well proven - so build and trim it as the plans show and you are in for many hours of fun. I like to build the surfaces first so let's get started.

Pick your wood carefully with an eye to weight. Keep it light.

Horizontal stabilizer: Make two rib templates of aluminum. Stack fourteen pieces of medium balsa between templates then carve and sand to shape..."

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Article pages, text and pics, thanks to JJ.
Alternate version of plan, inc Ambroid kit instructions.


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