Stunt Trainer 25 (oz8013)


Stunt Trainer 25 (oz8013) by Andy Kunz 2016 - plan thumbnail

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Stunt Trainer 25. Radio control sport model. Inspired by the original Scientific Stunt Trainer for Cox .049 by Walter Musciano. This is for RC and electric power. Wingspan 49.5in, wing area 498 sq in. Weight 44oz without battery.

Quote: "My UMX size Stunt Trainer (oz 6531) flies so nicely, I figured it would be cool to have a larger one. When I met with Walt Musciano (designer of the C/L version from 1959) last fall, I mentioned how I had added a lot of weight to the nose to be able to get it to balance. He said it would 'still be a Stunt Trainer if the nose was longer' so, with his ok, I lengthened the nose on this larger plane by 1in and the tail by 2in. Hopefully with the lighter design behind the wing and a slightly-beefier front end it will take much less additional weight..."

Quote: "Hi Steve, Attached are the final plans for the Stunt Trainer 25 as detailed in my build thread Kits will be available from Manzano shortly. Thanks for doing OZ for us. Andy,"

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Stunt Trainer 25 (oz8013) by Andy Kunz 2016 - model pic

  • (oz8013)
    Stunt Trainer 25
    by Andy Kunz
    50in span
    IC R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 27/08/2016
    Filesize: 255KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AndyKunz

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