Aerotique (oz6181)


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Aerotique. Sport model for .25 - .35 power and radio control.

Quote: "If old airplanes excite you, then this Aerotique should be your airplane. It's aerobatic and can be set up for slow and easy flying or for the hotdog pilot.

Aerotique is a continuation of my design efforts to capture that special thrill of aviation when it was in its infancy. Let's face it, old airplanes exciye me. Although not a scale airplane, the Aerotique look old, flies slow and easy, and attracts lots of attention. Landing gear geometry is such that take-offs and landings can almost be made with your eyes shut. Because of the thick, high lift airfoil and the light wing loading, it cvan be landed ata snails pace and never drop a wing.

But friends, we put the wing on the bottom for a reason! With lots of control throw and the CG slightly to the rear of that shown on the plans, Aerotique lives up to its name. It is aerobatic! The roll rate is brisk, loops are tight, snaps and spins are instantaneous and inverted flight is a breeze.

If you like to put around the pattern in slow flight like I do, Aerotique is for you! Or, if you are a real hot dog pilot like some of my friends, Aerotique is for you!

Just a word a bout construction. Aerotique, like her sister Miss Vintage (oz4746) is designed to look complicated. Yet the construction is sound, fast building and economical. The fuselage is constructed of 1/8 in Sig Lite Ply and Spruce..."

Hi Steve - Here is George F. Jennings' Aerotique from RCM magazine issue 04-81.

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Aerotique  (oz6181) by George F Jennings 1981 - model pic

  • (oz6181)
    by George F Jennings
    from RCMplans (ref:833)
    April 1981 
    58in span
    IC R/C LowWing
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 03/12/2014
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    Credit*: theshadow
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Aerotique (oz6181) pics [006-010]. I scaled it down to to 80% and mounted brushless motor, EMax GT 2218/10, prop: 10 x 6" and provided with flaps. Motor dummy I made from 2 and 6 mm Depron.
Tomas Dunker - 13/04/2021
Hello, Photos attached! [main pic, 011-013]. These are from the plan Aerotique oz6181. Thanks,
Werner Forster - 10/10/2022
Great work and beautiful plane.
Olivier - 10/10/2022
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