Akro 804M (oz6022)


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Akro 804 M. Aerobatic model for .60 to .90 4-stroke engine and 4 channel radio. Wingspan 55-1/4 in, wing area 543 sq in.

Quote (ad): "The Akro series radio control planes are the mid-wing scale-like aerobatic plan for 4 cycle engine. They are fully FAI turnaround aerobatic, and would be great for a free style of flying event. The kit has balsa wing, balsa fuselage, formed plastic canopy and scale like cowling."

Update 18/10/2021: Added instructions text, thanks to GeoffreyCooper.

Quote: "Hi, Just about to start building a Pilot Akro804M from the kit, and saw that you didn’t have the instructions that accompanied the plans. This isn’t the full instruction sheet (I don’t have the capability to scan an A0 document at home), which also has very limited photos, but just the English words. Personally I think the photos don’t really help; the plans and instructions are what I’ll be using. Might be of some use to your readers.
Cheers, Geoff"

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