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Sportster. Free flight gas model for 2 - 3.5cc power.
Update 16/01/2014: Re-sized this to full scale at 50in wingspan, thanks to nameless.
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Zipfile with 2 decal sheets, thanks to anon.
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IC F/F R/C Cabin
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User commentsHi Mary/Steve. Just finishing this Hearns Hobbies Sportster 50" for brushless electric 3 ch radio [see more pics 003, 004]. nice model to build, the plan mentions using an ED racer 2.46 diesel which seems odd, way too powerful for a 50 " wing span model as this. a mills 1.3 or other 1,5 cc diesel would be fine for free flight or r.c. or go electric as I did.
Anon - 14/03/2016
Hi Mary / Steve The last photo of the finished Hearns Hobbies Sportster [see more pics 005].
Anon - 21/03/2016
Hello, I found on a second hand site some pictures of the Sportster [more pics 006, 007].
DriesNeyrinck - 30/01/2017
Hi - here are a few photos of my new Hearns Hobbies Sportster 50, build from the Outerzone plan [more pics 008-010]. A slightly larger version now 55", an OS 15 engine and normal 3 channel radio. It flies just amazing, very slow and stable. My old one - its photo is also on this site [more pics 003-005] - was lost last year around this time while flying in France in the Ardenne near Revin. If any one has found it please let me know. It flew so well, that's why I made a new one. Now all red, it could do with some cool stickers - perhaps make some Outerzone stickers ?
Anon - 16/06/2017
Thank you for the lovely photos. The Outerzone stickers are a great idea! We'll look into it ...
Mary - 16/06/2017
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