Pacific Ace oz863

 

Pacific Ace - plan thumbnail image

Pacific Ace - completed model photo

This plan was found online 28/04/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=186
Outerzone planID: oz863 | Filesize: 282KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Planeman

   

About this Plan

Pacific Ace - 30 in wingspan sport endurance rubber model by Modelcraft.

Update 29/10/2013: Fixed the scaling of this plan to full-size at 30in wingspan, thanks to anon.

Update 11/06/2018: Added propellor blank drawing (from Flying Models, Mar 1993), thanks to IvanRuchesi.

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oz863 datafile

Pacific Ace  
from Modelcraft
1937 
30in span
Tags: Rubber F/F Cabin
all formers complete :)

 

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User comments

Pics of his completed model are thanks to MarcoAGuillermo [model photo & more pics 003, 004].
SteveWMD - 20/02/2013
Hi Steve! This is my new 30in Pacific Ace [more pics 005-008]. Last Sunday I won a P. Ace free fly contest with this model. I made a 10 minutes flight, it climbed about 250 or 300 meters and finally landed in my hands ten minutes later at about 500 meters from takeoff place. Best regards!
MarcoAGuillermo - 20/11/2013
Some pictures of my Pacific Ace [morepics 009, 010]. Easily my favorite model. An earlier model broke a minute for me for the first time.
AR - 26/11/2018
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