Bandito (oz7710)

 

Bandito (oz7710) by Andrew Reid from Radio Modeller 1987 - plan thumbnail

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Bandito. Radio control sport biplane model. A 30in wingspan biplane for .75 - 1.0 cc motors and miniature RC systems.

Quote: "Bandito is essentially a small free-flight sports model having a vintage appearance, with radio fitted, It is perfectly stable, very easy to fly and operate, ideal for small fields and that quick half hour flying session. A good 0.75-1.00 cc diesel or glow motor will be suitable as a power unit; anything bigger would be too powerful ...the prototype used two servos on rudder and elevator, but if you have a suitable throttle equipped motor it should be possible to squeeze in a third miniature servo... "

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Bandito (oz7710) by Andrew Reid from Radio Modeller 1987 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz7710)
    Bandito
    by Andrew Reid
    from Radio Modeller
    September 1987 
    30in span
    IC R/C Biplane
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 07/05/2016
    Filesize: 283KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: StewartClydsdale

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