Profile Powerhouse (oz5468)


Profile Powerhouse (oz5468) by Joe Dale, Bill Effinger from Berkeley 1949 - plan thumbnail

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Profile Powerhouse. Free flight power model for midget motors. K&B Infant and Buzz CO2 installations shown. Wing area 80 sq in, weight 2.5 - 3oz.

Quote: "The 'Profile Powerhouse' is a simple-to-build, high erformance model. It ws originally designed by Joe Dale and Bill Effinger for testing small experimental engines. It is ideally suited for engines from .009 to .030 cubic inch displacement, or for CO2 engines of approximately 3/16in bore. The kit has all parts ready cut and can be assembled in less than one hour by working on the wing unit and fuselage int at the same time. Select a flat board about 6 x 24 in for wing layout. A model knife and sandpaper are the only tools required..." Contributed by Jeff McCammant Story City Iowa, scanned from his original Berkeley plan.

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Profile Powerhouse (oz5468) by Joe Dale, Bill Effinger from Berkeley 1949 - model pic

  • (oz5468)
    Profile Powerhouse
    by Joe Dale, Bill Effinger
    from Berkeley
    24in span
    IC CO2 F/F Pylon Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 05/04/2014
    Filesize: 393KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JeffM

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