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Flea-Whiz. Control line sport model for Cox .020 power. This plan appears in the book "How to Design and Build Flying Models" by K Laumer. The complete book has been scanned, and chapter 11 which has full build instructions for the Flea-Whiz is on Outerzone at /books/display_chapter.asp?book=4&chapter=11 Quote from text: - "You can build the model the exact size of the plan for .020 - .049 power or scale it up for a bigger power plant. Increase dimensions by one-half for engines from .09 to .19 displacement, double the plan for still larger engines."
Update 23/04/2013: Checked the scaling on this plan, thanks to GHostler, and it is correct at just a touch under 22in, not 14in as previously stated. Have also uploaded a better copy now, stitched into one single sheet.
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by Keith Laumer
from How to design and build flying models
all formers complete :)
Found online 27/04/2011 at:
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