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Keil Kraft Scorpion. Free flight sport model. Wingspan 44 inches, for engines up to 0.19 cu ins or 3.1cc.
Quote: "Scorpion - 44in wingspan free flight sport model. KeilKraft Kits version of Gordon Murray's 'Answer'. Kitted circa 1946. This scan taken from an original kit plan."
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Update 27/10/2018: Added PDFvector plan tracing, thank to belli. Found online at https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=40394293&postcount=6 this seems to be a faithful copy, although it does show modified tail parts for 2 channel RC, with hinged elevator and rudder parts.
Update 29/10/2018: Added CAD files, thanks to belli. This is a zipfile containing 2 dxf files, one with original layout, one with mods for RC.
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User commentsHi Steve and Mary, I have included some pictures of my KK Scorpion, built in 2002 and still in one piece, albeit with loose U/C fittings and a rather oily front end [more pics 004-009]. In its time it has been powered by an ED series 2 "Bee", AM 10 and AM 15 engines. Although a bit of a "builder's" model it is well worth the effort and makes a great flyer.
DickEdwards - 13/02/2017
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