Aero Sport 40 (oz6401)
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Aero Sport 40. Radio control sport model. Discontinued kit from Midwest.
Quote: "Hi Steve, Attached is the plan an instruction manual for Midwest's Aero-Sport .40. It is yet another version of the 'stik'. I’m also trying to find the plan for Midwest’s Aero-Sport .20 so any help along that line would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for all you do for the hobby!"
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Update 20/04/2018: added kit review from Flying Models August 1989, thanks to RFJ.
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Complete kit instructions, 50 pages. Text and drawings.
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User commentsHi, Great web site - decided to return to the Hobby by building one from scratch. I chose one of the "sticks" as it it's been a while since I last handled RC model so I thought this bird will be good entry. I've added a few photos [more pics 003, 004]. Thanks.
Eran - 17/05/2016
Hello. I thought I would send you some photos of my Aero Sport 40 [main pic, 007, 008] built from a kit I found on Ebay. The AeroSport is really nothing more than a Sweet Stik (oz9068) with a different fin and rudder. Mine was converted to tail dragger and bolt on wings. Right now it is powered with an old Tower plain bearing 40. These are excellent engines that are the full equal of the great OS FP-40 engine. But I am about to switch it out for an OS FS-46 bought cheap off Ebay. The weight is just a little over 5 pounds and is a fine flying model like all "Stik" type models are. These planes build very fast once you have the parts on hand. Everyone should have at least one Stik ready to fly.
Thomas Tiroff - 02/06/2021
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