Ace High


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Ace High  
by Owen Kampen
from American Aircraft Modeler
September 1971 
70in span
Tags: IC Glider R/C
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 03/01/2016
Outerzone planID: oz7358 | Filesize: 182KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: rchopper56


About this Plan

Ace High - Radio control powered glider. Uses the Ace Foam Wing.

Quote:- "Here is the original Ace High drawing and the construction article from American Aircraft Modeler, September 1971. Plan is full size."

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User comments

Do you have any info for a built up wing. Ribs specifically. Or possibly a wing kit?
JohnL - 27/07/2017
This design was built around using the pre-formed Ace Foam Wing. You could build a replacement from balsa using the Ace Foam Wing (oz8557) plan thanks to AndyKunz, if you wanted to go that route.
SteveWMD - 28/07/2017
Use the wing plan for the Dick's Dream oz5747, and build two constant chord center sections using the root rib. Easy. The Ace airfoil is usually considered to be a NACA 2414 but a 2412 is probably a better thickness to go with (12% vs 14%) Especially for a glider.
dfritzke - 28/07/2017
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