Ace High Mk II (oz5255)
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Ace High Mk II. Radio control powered glider model for .049 power and 2 channel radio.
Quote: "Steve, Here is a scan of the kit plans for the Ace High MKII. I traced the fuselage sides and bulkheads on the back and those are included. The plans are 75% size, the stab is shown full size and the wings are made from the Ace expanded bead moulded wing panels. (I plan to send you a CAD wing plan soon.) The wing is best approximated with a NACA 2415 airfoil. You could refer to the plans I drew for the Ace 'All Star' which you have posted and you would be well on your way. You can also find similar wire-cut cores on e-bay. The note on the plan by Tom Runge for Owen Kampen bears repeating here:
IN MEMORIUM 'Owen Kampen unexpectedly passed away in 1982. His design, the Ace High, was one of the first airplanes he did on Ace R/C's behalf and has proven to be one of the most popular and timeless designs Owen ever created in his prolific career as a model airplane designer. As you build and fly this plane, please remember and appreciate one of Owens finest efforts, that way his talents, abilities, and gentle nature will not be soon forgotten.' Tom Runge, Pres. Ace R/C Inc."
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User commentsVery nice and flying beatiful
kemal ayla - 27/01/2021
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