BT-20 and BT-40 Aileron Wings (oz9206)
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BT-20 & BT-40 Aileron Wings. Plan showing a modified wing design for both of the previously published Primary Trainer PT-20 (oz8014) 48in and PT-40 (oz8015) 60in models, thus converting them from PT primary trainers into BT basic trainers.
Note This is not a complete plan, this here is just the wing mod.
Quote: "Our September 1985 issue featured a highly successful R/C design for the novice R/C student which is dead simple to build and extremely forgiving to learn to fly. We urged you to bring that simple construction article to the attention of beginning R/C students . . . and a major kit manufacturer plans to have a kit available about the time you read this that is based on that PT design. This design accepts a broad range of 2-stroke engines as well as the new wonderful sounding 4-stroke engines we all enjoy so much. The kit manufacturer asked that an aileron equipped wing in each of the two sizes be developed to make the models more advanced and more broadly appealing, and that's what we present in this short article..."
Quote: "Restored text and some geometry, before placing it on a 36-inch page."
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BT-20 and BT-40 Aileron Wings
by Stu Richmond
from RCMplans (ref:969)
all formers complete :)
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