MI Acrobat (oz6467)
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MI Acrobat. Control line stunt biplane model.
Quote: "Following the lines of the racing sportsters and military aircraft of the late 20's and early 30's, the MI Acrobat was designed to combine the romance and picturesque gadgets of these airplanes plus fly-ability and simplicity in handling found only in the present day 'trainer' type control line models. Rugged and very easy to build, you'll find this model a real performer. Originally powered with the popular Drone Diesel, we also recommend installation of this power plant in your model. However, if a Drone is not available, any other engine from .29 to .65 cubic inch displacement can be used. Of course, minor alterations in the nose shape and interior (to permit installation of the ignition system) will be necessary. The center of gravity in all cases should rest approximately 1-1/2in back from the leading edge of the top wing. This CG position will be reached automatically when a Drone power plant is used. When using other engines, shift the location of the batteries until the correct balance is gained. Start construction with the fuselage..."
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