Kwik Fli 180 (oz8228)


Kwik Fli 180 (oz8228) by Andy Kunz - plan thumbnail

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Kwik Fli 180. Radio control model for UM (ultra-micro) electric power.

Quote: "The original Kwik Fli (oz6526) is a 40- to 60-size glow powered model. The Kwik Fli 180 featured here uses the brushless equipment found in the popular E-flite line of UMX airplanes. It has a wingspan of about 22-inches, has over 100 sq/in of area and a flying weight between 85-95 grams.

The Kwik Fli 180 uses a high-performance 2S system and lightweight construction to deliver a larger model. I think it's a little big and fast for the average indoor space (not bad for the golf dome used for the Horizon Indoor Festival). However, outdoors the model is a joy because it presents so much better yet is still comfortable to fly from a normal ball field..."

180-sized Micro Kwik Fli 3. Build Thread: Plans are attached. Enjoy! Andy.

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Kwik Fli 180 (oz8228) by Andy Kunz - model pic

  • (oz8228)
    Kwik Fli 180
    by Andy Kunz
    23in span
    Electric R/C LowWing
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/11/2016
    Filesize: 131KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: AndyKunz

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