Sweet Stik 40 (oz9068)
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Midwest Sweet Stik 40 (early version). Radio control sport trainer. Wingspan 54in, wing area 600sq in.
Discontinued kit from Midwest.
Quote: "Here's a pdf file of the original Midwest Sweet Stik 40 as designed by Frank Garcher. Some builders prefer this plan, though it has a much higher parts count than the later Sweet Stick (oz8210) redesign by Pete Frankenthal that was signed off on by Frank Garcher. It also makes an interesting study in how the Stik design has evolved over the years. This earlier design is much more similar to the original Ugly Stik (oz5175) by Phil Kraft and George Walker."
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User commentsHere is a photo of my Sweet Stik plane built from the Midwest kit [model photo]. Power is a Fox .36 cu in glow engine. I have also built another Sweet Stik by modifying the plans and using an electric motor on 4s lipo's. The green and white Sweet Stik is the electric version [more pics 004].
EricP - 09/04/2018
I know the date on the plan is 1980 but the design was kitted before that, I built my first Sweet Stik in 1975 to replace the Falcon 56 I learned to fly on. I think the kit was out a little before that date.
Douglas Babb - 23/10/2019
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