Hells Angel (oz6085)
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Hell's Angel. Free flight power model.
Quote: "Ron Warring's 40 inch span free flight power model from 1946. Scanned from a plan from the collection of the late Dave Campbell. This appears to be a kit plan but I've had a quick look at a few of the mags from this era and could not locate any references either to the kit, or to Precision Aircraft Model Division. There is no wing rib on the plan, but a pencilled note in the margin of the original said RAFF 60. Perhaps a FF historian can supply the full story."
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User commentsThere's already a CO2 version on the Outerzone that shows the airfoil.
Tri-Pacer - 05/11/2014
Hi Steve: If the note on the plan says this should have a 'RAFF 60' wing airfoil, I would guess that actually means R.A.F. 6, which is a flat bottom airfoil similar to a Ramrod airfoil. It's easy to find on Google images. There's no such airfoil as a RAFF 60, but R.A.F. airfoils were widely used in the old-timer era. Regards,
SimonBlake - 05/11/2014
Hi Steve, Hell's Angel is basically a re-working of Louis' Garami's lovely Strato-Streak (plans on Outerzone) and may have employed the same airfoil shape. The foil on the CO2 plan does look similar, apart from that very sharp entry. Regards,
Bob - 07/11/2014
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