Slow Poke 40


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Slow Poke 40  
by Rob Talbot-Jones, MikeCross
from Great Planes
62in span
Tags: IC R/C
formers unchecked

Submitted to Outerzone: 25/02/2017
Outerzone planID: oz8485 | Filesize: 2333KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: FlyingHobbit


About this Plan

Slow Poke Sport 40 - Radio control sport model. Discontinued kit from Great Planes.

Quote: - "Larger, sport version of the legendary Slow Poke. Since its introduction, the original SlowPoke has been successfully built and flown by modelers all over the world. Now, the SlowPoke Sport 40 builds upon this tradition but adds the dimension of larger size and ailerons for aerobatic enjoyment. The SlowPoke Sport 40 incorporates several improvements, such as a redesigned wing for proportionately greater area and faster assembly and independent servo controlled barn door ailerons for simple installation and precise operation. The SlowPoke also has a redesigned fuselage for optimum placement of radio components for better balance and fewer blocks for less carving. The end result is an excellent sport model that can be flown as fun-fly stunter or as a docile Sunday flyer that will land at walking speed or fly backwards in a breeze..."

hi, I was looking for this plan for along time, I put a post on RCGroups and very kind man sent them to me. So I got them scanned and thought i would share them. thanks for a great site cheers, flying hobbit :)

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Kit manual, 30 pages.


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