Akro 1204M (oz6066)


Akro 1204M (oz6066) by Y Matsumoto 1982 - plan thumbnail

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Akro 1204M. Radio control semi-scale sport model. Wingspan 69-1/2 in, wing area 835 sq in, for 4 channels and 4-stroke 1.20 engine.

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."

Quote: "Another one from 'Min Min Man' Steve!! Didn't think I'd have any luck with this one. My plan was trashed but I had the parts traced from 1980. Found a fellow in Melbourne who still had the plan. My 1980 build still exists so maybe I'll borrow it back to get a canopy and cowl plug..."

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Akro 1204M (oz6066) by Y Matsumoto 1982 - model pic

  • (oz6066)
    Akro 1204M
    by Y Matsumoto
    from OK Model Pilot
    70in span
    IC R/C Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 20/10/2014
    Filesize: 1172KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Min Min Man
    Downloads: 5657

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