Ace 2T (oz6603)


Ace 2T (oz6603) by Ron Jacobsen 1972 - plan thumbnail

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Ace 2T. Radio control sport trainer model. Uses the Ace foam wing.

Quote: "A sport airplane for quick and sturdy assembly, stable flight characteristics and inexpensive operation. Single or two channel radio and a Cox Golden Bee provides an airplane ideal as a trainer for the beginner and perfect for the Sunday afternoon sport flyer"

"Designed by Ron Jacobsen .049/.07 RC sport plane. 51 in span. 20-25 oz all up weight. 1-3 channel control. Kitted by ACE, published by American Aircraft Modeler, March 1972. Almost glider-like flight is possible with this 049 powered trainer. It was designed especially for the popular two channel radios."

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Note this plan used the Ace Foam wing. For a plan showing how to construct a replacement wing in balsa (both tapered and straight-chord) see Ace Foam Wing (oz8557) thanks to AndyKunz.

Update 18/11/2020: Added article from American Aircraft Modeler, March 1972, thanks to RFJ.

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Ace 2T (oz6603) by Ron Jacobsen 1972 - model pic

  • (oz6603)
    Ace 2T
    by Ron Jacobsen
    from Ace RC
    March 1972 
    51in span
    IC R/C Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 29/04/2015
    Filesize: 347KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke
    Downloads: 3509

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