Micro-Bipe (oz7574)

 

Micro-Bipe (oz7574) by Don Srull from RC MicroFlight 2000 - plan thumbnail

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Micro-Bipe. Radio control model for micro electric RC. Wing area is 198 sq in, AUW 83g.

The original Micro Bipe used a Wes-Technik DC5-2.4 motor, geared 5:1 with a K&P 6in prop, a Skyhooks micro Rx, two 2.4gram Wes-Technik servos and a JMP type 9 ESC. Batteries were 2 x 430 mAh lithium rechargeable Tadiran.

Quote: "Hi Steve, Attached is the Micro-Bipe plan which was a free download with RC MicroFlight magazine [now defunct] of April 2000. Regards, DeeBee1."

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Micro-Bipe (oz7574) by Don Srull from RC MicroFlight 2000 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz7574)
    Micro-Bipe
    by Don Srull
    from RC MicroFlight
    April 2000 
    22in span
    Electric R/C Biplane
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 23/03/2016
    Filesize: 341KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DeeBee1

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