Ace 4-20 (oz8666)


Ace 4-20 (oz8666) by Doc Mathews from Ace RC 1986 - plan thumbnail

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Ace 4-20. Radio control sport model.

Quote: "Another member of ACE's tremendously successful family of planes designed exclusively for four cycle engines, the 4-20 offers the best of both worlds: economy and performance. The small size of the kit and the engine required automatically reduce the price itself. Performance wise the 4-20 uses the same basic design as the great flying 4-40 Bipe (oz6271) and 4-60 (easy to maneuver yet capaable of all aerobatic stunts) and the small four stroker engine still gives you that elusive power and quiet purr."

Quote: "The 4-20 was never an immensely popular kit, but with the increased interest in mid sized electric planes it seems that there is a lot more excitement about the 4-20. When the kits come up on ebay they always bring a high price. A lot of people want this plane ...I've been looking for this one a long time. It was included in a box of junk I bought from a friend."

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Ace 4-20 (oz8666) by Doc Mathews from Ace RC 1986 - model pic

  • (oz8666)
    Ace 4-20
    by Doc Mathews
    from Ace RC
    48in span
    IC R/C Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 27/04/2017
    Filesize: 1468KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Balsaworkbench

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