Flea Fli (oz6435)

 

Flea Fli (oz6435) by Ray Malmstrom from Model Aircraft - plan thumbnail

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Flea Fli. Simple rubber sport model.

Quote: "From the 'Model n Tip' series of Model Aircraft ...model (full size plans below) is very straightforward to build and flies well. Please build, balance and handle this little job carefully. Fly over long grass on calm days only..."

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Flea Fli (oz6435) by Ray Malmstrom from Model Aircraft - model pic

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  • (oz6435)
    Flea Fli
    by Ray Malmstrom
    from Model Aircraft
    12in span
    Rubber F/F Biplane
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 16/03/2015
    Filesize: 179KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Edubarca

Flea Fli (oz6435) by Ray Malmstrom from Model Aircraft - pic 003.jpg
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Flea Fli (oz6435) by Ray Malmstrom from Model Aircraft - pic 004.jpg
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User comments

Hi Steve, Here's my Ray Malmström Flea Fli [see more pics 003, 004]. The original was 12'' rubber powered, mine is enlarged to 23'' as an E-benezer (Electric powered Ebenezer). I am currently using a conventional RC receiver on throttle with a pistol grip transmitter. This will be replaced by a KP timer when trimming flights are completed. Due to the short nose I had to locate all components well forward and use the heaviest 6x3 prop I could find. Ray had a wonderful talent for creating fun models and this one is definitely the cutest model I have built for a long time. Cheers !!
ChrisPinn - 12/04/2015
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