A-10 - plan thumbnail image

A-10 - completed model photo more pics (1)

by John Kidd
from Model Airplane News
August 1992 
56in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Military
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 10/02/2014
Outerzone planID: oz4819 | Filesize: 846KB | Format: | Credit*: JJ


About this Plan

A-10 Warthog - Sport scale model twin for 2x Cox Tee Dee .049 or .051 engines.

Quote: - "Featuring a box fuselage and simple built-up wings, this model of the A-10 Warthog is extremely affordable, easy to construct and easy to fly. Power is provided by two Cox TD engines (housed in two-litre soda bottles) turning 5x3 propellors that have been cut down to 4in diameter. Unlike many twins, this model will fly stably with one engine out..."

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Update 16/06/2017: added article, thanks to spitfireflyby.

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Hi there, great site! I found a photo of the A-10 [model photo].
RichL - 13/06/2017
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