Avro Avian Monoplane 625 (oz8376)
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Avro Avian Monoplane 625. Scale model for radio control.
Quote: "Hello, I have a set of plans I'm sending and 3 photos [more pics 003-005]. The plane I have designed is called Avro Avian Monoplane 625 it has a wing span of 60in and is a stand off version of the plane. It was designed in 2016. Power is from a Turnigy D3536/8 1000kv motor using 11.1 volt 3s battery, APC prop 11 x 5.5"
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User commentsHere are some other photos of the Avro [model photo & more pics 006-009]. Thanks.
TomDecker - 04/12/2018
My version of Toms design [pic 010], scaled down to 1:7, plus some scale details from the Clive-Smalley-plan added. Nice flyer. I reduced the incidence down to 1,8 degrees.
Jan - 02/10/2020
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