Mini Drake (oz8094)

 

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Mini Drake - Free flight or R/C model for .75 - 1.5cc engines, or electric power.

Quote: "Hi Steve; Hope you can use this Mini Drake plan by Arthur Fox. I think Mr Fox is, or was a Brit. He had plans in RCM&E in 88 for a twin boom pusher, calledDragon Fly 2. Model Activity Press was bought up by Key Publishing Ltd of England. I've built four planes from your planes ...you're providing a great service to us balsa builders with your many fine, free plans. Keep up the good work. Bob."

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Mini Drake - completed model photo

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Hi Steve; Just finishing a Mini Drake, from plans that I sent you a while back [model photo & more pics 003-005]. Some specs on the plane: It is covered in Ultra Cote. I will be using a Hitec radio. It came in at 22 oz., but I will still need to add 2 1/2 oz to the nose to make it balance. The motor is a Suppo 2208/1000 kv, with a 20 amp ESC driven by a 3 cell 850 Mah Nano-tech Lipo. The servos are HS-81's. I will be bench checking the static power (wattage) totals in a couple of days. The prop is a 3 blade, 9/5 pusher by Master propeller. Now, what can I build next?
BobKib - 25/11/2016
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