Baby Hawk (oz5430)

 

Baby Hawk (oz5430) by Bill Barr from Model Builder 1994 - plan thumbnail

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Baby Hawk. Free flight power model. This is a reduced size for .010 FF design, Bill Barr's Baby Hawk, MB issue 08-94.

Quote: "AUGUST THREE-VIEW: Last year, when we ran the MiniPower postal contest, 1st place winner Bill Barr was the only entrant who made the full complement of three maxes. He did it using his Baby Hawk, a tiny version of Jim Clem's Witch Hawk (oz4466). As you can see from the plan, it's the ultimate in simplicity.

The model is built just like a typical 1/2A free flight. It's important to build it as light as possible; the power of the Cox .010 is mpressive, but it still won't haul a 3-ounce airplane very high in 10 sec-onds. Strive for a model under 2 ounces.

This model is designed to fly to the right both under power and in the glide. Use right thrust and right stab tilt. You may need slight right rudder tab in case the model wants to straighten out at the end of the power run. If you have further questions, contact Bill Barr at 2000 Lark-spur Dr, Lexington, KY 40504."

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  • (oz5430)
    Baby Hawk
    by Bill Barr
    from Model Builder
    August 1994 
    24in span
    IC F/F
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 22/03/2014
    Filesize: 128KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow

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