Seabreeze II (oz5742)


Seabreeze II (oz5742) by Gordon Fairly - plan thumbnail

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Seabreeze II. Gyro-copter kite model.

Quote: "Steve, This is the 'Seabreeze II' autogiro kite by Gordon Fairly. I do not know when it was designed. It will fly very well in a steady wind. It does not fly well or at all in gusty winds. Steady winds such as a sea shore will give hours of entertainment."

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Seabreeze II (oz5742) by Gordon Fairly - model pic

  • (oz5742)
    Seabreeze II
    by Gordon Fairly
    22in span
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 23/07/2014
    Filesize: 454KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: rchopper56

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Hi - I was thinking about you should try putting an autopilot on it. What I mean about that is putting an elastic bridle on it. I put one on my box kite and it flew in heavy to light winds and didn't have to worry about angle of attack. It never crashed on me on the ground. I put it up in the sky till about 1000ft and it flew for 36 hrs. Course I didn't stay there for the whole thing. When it landed it came to a smooth landing.
philc - 05/09/2019
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