Falcon 56 Mk II (oz6155)


Falcon 56 Mk II (oz6155) by Carl Goldberg 1981 - plan thumbnail

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Falcon 56 Mk II. RC sport/trainer model. Discontinued kit. For .19 to .40 engines and 3 to 4 channel proportional RC. Carl Goldberg Kit # G15 II.

Note this is a later version of the original Falcon 56 (oz2424) from Carl Goldberg.

Planfile includes full build instructions.

Quote: "First, read 'General Instructions' and decide whether you want a 3 or 4 channel airplane. In a 3-channel setup, the wing has no ailerons, but stabilizes itself with sufficient dihedral (the upward bend of the wings). The wing for a 40channel ship is somewhat flatterm and uses ailerons to provide control.

One end of each wing spar has been angled at the factory for the 4-channel dihedral. If you're building a 3-channel wing, die-cut plywood guages will help you change to the greater angle. Also, the plywood wing joiners are designed to accomodate either dihedral. The following instructions cover the construction of both the 3-channel and 4-channel wings..."

Update 17/10/2022: Added decals scan and addendum pages, thanks to Hobiepilot.

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Falcon 56 Mk II (oz6155) by Carl Goldberg 1981 - model pic

  • (oz6155)
    Falcon 56 Mk II
    by Carl Goldberg
    from Carl Goldberg (ref:G-15II)
    56in span
    IC R/C Kit
    clean :)
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 24/11/2014
    Filesize: 3718KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JohnPapandreou, Hobiepilot
    Downloads: 6796

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User comments

If you look at the top left of the 56 Mk II you will see a small inset of the Bulkheads, just use the fuselage box to make them, that goes for the 56 also - both are OK.
anon - 06/07/2015
Just added two more photos from Andy Coutts' extensive archives [more pics 004, 005]. Thanks Andy :)
Mary - 18/01/2017
Happy New Year. Here is a photo of my Falcon 56 MK2, I built in between Jan-March 1979 [pic 006]. I used it as a school project. My parents bought it for me as a Christmas present after I crashed my Midwest Sweet Stick.
JimPurcha - 14/01/2021
Hello, just would like to share this... built in 1987... still in flying condition after some repairs [pic 007]. It was for 30 years in the attic of a friend.
Vinicius Cunha - 18/04/2023
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