Uproar Series II - Radio control sport model. The Uproar (oz2220) was first published in Aeromodeller 1958. This here is a modified and refined version of the Uproar design, some 4 years later.
Quote: "Modifications carried out together with the reasons are as follows: The nose was lengthened to provide more room for the rear venturi of the ETA 29 and a larger tank. This was compensated for by increasing the fin area. It also helped to keep the CG in the right place.
A tricycle U/C was fitted at the beginning of 1961 as a result of Bob Dunham's demonstration in Switzerland and has proved very successful, although beginners would be advised to stick to two wheel gear especially if flying off grass. The engine has been mounted on its side for some time as it makes the positioning of the fuel tank easier, throws most of the oil from the exhaust away from the wing and is less prone to damage in a crash.
The wing section was altered to NACA 0015, which is thinner than the original one and has a very blunt entry. The writer does not favour aerofoil sections with a sharp entry for this purpose as they tend to have rather vicious stall and spin characteristics. The wing incidence was altered from 0 deg to +1 deg to reduce the nose high flying altitude and reduce fuselage drag. The wing construction was completely altered to make the wing more rigid and less prone to warps, while it is slightly more difficult to construct, it is stronger and slightly lighter..."
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