Mini Super (oz5107)


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Mini Super - Radio control sport model. This is a modern CAD re-drawn plan.

Quote: "I have also added plans for a Mini Super... I'll include pictures of mine when I take them. The Mini Super was sold by Keil Kraft with tricycle U/C and everything held on with elastic bands. I prefer the tail dragger configuration so there she is - I also prefer not to have elastic bands on show so I bolt the wing and tail in place, the schemes I used are shown on the plan. Covering was Solartex - off cuts from the Super 90 so the colour scheme will look familiar. In fact she turned out to be a true scrap box plane - nothing new was brought in for her. The engine is a PAW 249 RC, that should give her enough get up and go. I'll let you know how things go when she has her first flight."

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Update 12/03/2018: added article for original plan (Aeromodeller July 1965), thanks to RFJ.

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Article for original plan.


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Mini Super - completed model photo

  • (oz5107)
    Mini Super
    from Keil Kraft
    48in span
    Tags: IC R/C Cabin
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 03/12/2013
    Filesize: 384KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: hogal


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Steve, ...some pictures of the Mini Super for your use [model photo & more pics 003-005]. I had the initial flights with her yesterday and she isn't too bad, certainly more twitchy than the Super 60/90's but then that is what i would expect. There was a wing warp that produced a pronounced turn, controllable with the trim, but I have removed it now. I also think the PAW 249 is just that bit too much for her, I'm thinking that I'll make up a new plate and use a PAW 149 instead. It was good to go to the field with the minimum amount of equipment that a diesel requires, but I had forgotten how oily it all becomes, especially when compared with a four stroker. I'll let you know how that all pans out.
hogal - 12/12/2013
Although a nice plan, this appears to be a 'hybrid' of the Ben Buckle plan, the Keil Kraft plan and David Boddington's original tail dragger version (plus some additional changes from Hogal). As such, it isn't faithful to any particular Mini-Super plan, but a nice version all the same.
anon - 05/01/2014
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