Piper Super Cruiser (oz5450)


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Piper Super Cruiser - Radio control scale model. Sterling Kit # FS-8.

Quote: "Hi, Steve; Attached are the plansheets for Sterling's Piper Super Cruiser, as requested by edubarca, altho they're 72" not 68" as he said. 72" span, designed for multi-channel RC with a .45 (K&B .45 shown) for .19-.60 two-stroke glow engines; may be built as sport freeflight (.19), single-channel RC (.19-.29, I think), or control-line (.35-.60). Decals and parts patterns coming soon. Note: these were scanned at 200dpi."

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Piper Super Cruiser - completed model photo

  • (oz5450)
    Piper Super Cruiser
    from Sterling (ref:FS-8)
    72in span
    Tags: Scale IC R/C Cabin Civil
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 29/03/2014
    Filesize: 2060KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: jmdauge

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Friday, May 10, 2019: Attn: If anyone still has this vintage FS-8 kit, would you be willing to draw up a sheet (or sheets) that contains full size trace outlines of each of the fuselage bulkheads/formers? If so, please send an email to me Bill Jackson: wjcm8883@aol.com to advise of your charge for this service. I would like to build this model. Thanks.
Bill Jackson - 11/05/2019
Bill, Sterling also produced this aircraft in a 36 in wingspan kit and that plan has the bulkheads. Outerzone has the plan see oz1424. Seems you could photocopy using the enlarge feature to fit your needs. It probably is double, but compare the wingspans to get the exact percentage difference. Good luck with your build.
Bill Hibbets - 12/05/2019
12 May 2019, Bill Hibbets:Thanks for the information.
Bill Jackson - 13/05/2019
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