Lil Jumpin Bean (oz6627)
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Lil Jumpin Bean. Control line stunt model for 1/2A engines.
Quote: "Li'l Jumpin' Bean is not only a high-performance model, but introduces several new and important features: 'Symmet-TRU' wing construction, shock absorber landing gear, 'Apex' wing lead-outs, and a ruggedly reinforced front end. It has been equipped and tested exactly according to these plans, and should prove an exciting and satisfying model."
Quote: "Steve, I got the original thumbnail from RCGroups. I enlarged the plan so that upon printing it is full size and the wing span shown is 21in. All the parts necessary for building have been traced from the actual plans and are included."
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Update 09/05/2017: added build instructions, thanks to PaulBizard.
Update 11/05/2017: added PDFvector file showing parts templates, thanks to PaulBizard.
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Decals as jpg image (low resolution), thanks to GeorgeAlbo.
Parts templates (vector).
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User commentsHi Steve, Here is a photo of my finished Lil' Jumping Bean from Carl Goldberg [more pics 003] and also the original building instructions [supplementary file].
PaulBizard - 09/05/2017
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- Lil Jumpin Bean (oz6627)
- Plan File Filesize: 151KB Filename: Lil_Jumpin_Bean_oz6627.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 1341KB Filename: Lil_Jumpin_Bean_oz6627_decal.zip
- Supplement Filesize: 1131KB Filename: Lil_Jumpin_Bean_oz6627_instructions.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 26KB Filename: Lil_Jumpin_Bean_oz6627_parts_templates.pdf
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