Quaker Flash (oz5516)
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Quaker Flash. Cassic design. Free flight gas model from Megow. Both Brown Jr and Cyclone engine installations are shown.
Note this is a smaller version of the earlier 84 in wingspan 1936 Megows Flying Quaker (oz12082) design.
Quote: "Megows Quaker Flash. Span 67in. Length 47 in. Use any model airplane engine. Wings removable and gear folds back for carrying. $4.95"
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Update 28/08/2019: Added kit review (of Ben Buckle RC Quaker Flash kit) from RCMW, thanks to RFJ.
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User commentsThis is my first attempt at scratch building [see more pics 004, 005, 006]. I downloaded a plan from Outerzone, the Quaker Flash by Paul Karnow from Megow. 67", Motor 40 OS FS 11x5 Prop. The prop on the plane didn't work too well, so it was changed to 11x5. Must say the motor is way over-powered for this model, only flying it between 25 to 40% power. I really enjoy your site, thanks for the hard work in keeping the site running.
Dirk - 18/01/2016
Try a 20-30 size 4 stroke, I have one with a Forster .29 ignition for SAM events and it goes up at a 45-60 degree angle till I cut the engine, a .19 2 stroke is more than enough for sport flying.
Douglas Babb - 17/05/2019
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