Fokker Super Universal (oz8913)


Fokker Super Universal (oz8913) by Joe Ott 1931 - plan thumbnail

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Fokker Super Universal. Free flight model for compressed air power.

Quote: "HA Reynold & Joseph S Ott's Fokker Universal Compressed Air Model. Source: Original plans, see July-August issue of Aviation Mechanics for Ref. Wingspan 72in. 30in x 3in x 2-1/2in tank shown. Larger tank may be fitted for longer duration."

Here is a plan for a 1928 Fokker Universal, done in 1931 By Joe Ott & H.A. Reynold, It was basically designed around a 3 cylinder compressed air motor that had like a 3 foot brass air tank. Though it's a bit spartan on detail, but with a 6 foot wingspan, you can add a lot of detail and structure to it. I should go well with R/C and either electric or glow, or, if you have one of those antique compressed air motor, build it as per plan, Bob.


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Greetings Steve, I was intrigued by the multi cylinder co2 engine Joe Ott designed for his Ott Super Universal. I did some research and found Dave Kernel has built single and three cylinder versions using basic shop tools and readily available hobby metals. Here is a link to his website, which includes updated plans he produced as well as build photos of these fabulous engines: THANKS FOR OUTERZONE!!!!!
RoccoR - 10/07/2017
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