Heath Baby Bullet (oz7814)

 

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1928 Heath Baby Bullet. Radio control scale model of the vintage racer. For .60 power.

Quote: "Scale appearance is very good. The only known deviations are slightly increased stabilizer and rudder area. The scale surfaces are very small as can be seen on the plan. I'm sure it would fly with the smaller surfaces, but I felt performance might suffer. The other change was to add a little dihedral. This is not for the sake of performance as we all know it is not necessary with ailerons. Instead it was done so the wing would not look like as if it were sagging. This is an unsightly illusion that occurs with a model wing, especially when the tips taper down. The airfoil also was changed due to the sharp leading edge and slight undercamber. A big advantage of building a rather large model of a small plane is that a lot of detail can be included that would otherwise be difficult. At 3in=1ft everything is one quarter actual size. Cockpit and engine details for instance are easily duplicated..."

Attached is Nick Ziroli's Heath Baby Bullet from Flying Models magazine issue 07-68. Regards,

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  • (oz7814)
    Heath Baby Bullet
    by Nick Ziroli
    from Flying Models
    July 1968 
    56in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing Racer Civil
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 14/06/2016
    Filesize: 691KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow
    Downloads: 1671

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