Divider

 

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Divider  
by Lou Weihs
from RCMplans (ref:581)
December 1974 
42in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 29/10/2014
Outerzone planID: oz6081 | Filesize: 498KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: theshadow

   

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Divider (MkI and MkII) - RC sport stunt model.

Quote: "The Divider, as the name implies, divides the big airplanes from the small ones. This is a small sport-stunt ship using the miniature proportional equipment, and it is capable of doing the full stunt pattern. You have to see it fly to believe it ...The Divider has a 41-1/2in wing span and the wing area is about 349 sq in. The first model was built as a tail dragger, and the second has tri-gear, prop spinner, and a moulded canopy for those who like the modern look... " Hi Steve - Here is Lou Weihs' Divider from RCM magazine issue 12-74. Model # pl-581.

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Update 19/10/2016: missing article page added, thanks to Gunars.

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Some photos of my friend's Divider [more pics 004-006]. This is truly an outstanding sport flier. You don't hear much about it nowadays. I never considered building it until my friend asked for a 20 size sport plane recommendation. I had never seen one, nor even heard of anybody building it, but I thought the plan looked pretty good, so we tried it. It turns out that it is a very good design. My friend has tried the 25 FSR, 25 FP, and Enya 19 on it, and it always performs well. The more powerful engines provide a stronger takeoff, and the lighter engines provide better flight performance due to reduced weight.
Balsaworkbench - 09/02/2018
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