Corben Super Ace


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Corben Super Ace  
by Dave Robelen
from Model Airplane News
December 1968 
20in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 22/04/2017
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About this Plan

Mini Corben Super Ace - Radio control scale model.

Quote:- "This tiny Corben is a two-for-one in that it has been proven to be a fine FF scale as well as a satisfying little pulse rudder only R/C flyer. Ten years ago, what R/Cer would believe it ...the model presented here is an attempt to blend scale realism with miniature radio control equipment and current 'state of the art' practices to achieve a realistic RC model for flying in very limited areas and on a snug budget. One of the design goals was a realistic flying speed. This was achieved by keeping the weight down to a minimum, and as a result the model may be flown easily at 12-25mph for a remarkable effect. The all up weight of my model is 2-3/4 oz."

Corben Super Ace, MAN December 1968.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

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Article pages, thanks to RFJ.


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