Quikie Mk 4

 

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Quikie Mk 4  
by Don Sobbe
from American Aircraft Modeler
July 1972 
56in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 24/07/2017
Outerzone planID: oz9029 | Filesize: 894KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Circlip, RFJ

   

About this Plan

Quikie Mk 4 - Class B pattern design.

Quote: - "Three years ago I got tired of fixing something every time I came home from the flying field and decided to do something about it. Not having much time to build or repair, the Quikie was designed around my requirements for a fast, maneuverable, rugged sport ship that could take the kind of punishment the average flier dishes out. It was a success - then the contest bug bit. Wanting to retain the prototype's durability, a series of modifications were made to improve performance and handling, resulting in the MK 4.
With a 51 or 56 in the nose, the Quikie has very pleasant handling characteristics. Put a healthy 60 up front and this ship will hold its own in any B Pattern and most C Novice contests. Six trophies in two seasons bear this out..."

Quikie 4, American Aircraft Modeler, July 1972.

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