Zero Sen A6M2


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Zero Sen A6M2  
by Harold Parenti
from Scale R/C Modeler
December 1976 
60in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 09/04/2017 at:
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About this Plan

Zero Sen A6M2 - Radio control scale model Japanese fighter. For .60 power.

Quote: - "So much for the background of the aircraft. Now you can build one of your own to compete in the next Sport Scale contest. The Zero is a high performance aircraft and not intended for the beginner, so I will direct construction with the assumption that the basics will not have to be explained. The final version of the Zero as entered in the 1975 Nationals at Lake Charles, Louisiana was equipped with a Supertigre ABC60, 11-7 Top Flite prop, World Engines Expert seven-channel transmitter and receiver, modified Pro-line retractable main gear, my own design retractable tail wheel and a reworked Goldberg retract servo modified to operate the gear at realistic speed. The wing and stab are foam with balsa covering and the fuselage is all balsa construction. Covering is the old silk and dope method..."

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