Drill Bit 40 (oz9320)
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Drill Bit 40. Radio control aerobatic model, for electric power. Power 32 motor shown. Wingspan 60-7/8in, wing area 564 sq in. Airfoil NACA 0015 root, NCA 0016 tip.
Quote: "Your tool for boring holes in the sky! Used by author: 10x7in prop on 1000Kv motor using 4S 5000mAh. Use 5S for 800Kv motor."
Quote: "A couple years ago I designed a 40-size sport plane around some equipment and wood I had on hand. The intent was to have something with which I could just bore holes in the sky, so I called it the Drill Bit 40. With size and power comparable to my electrified Tower Kaos 40 it was sure to be a winner, but what I didn't realize right away was how many others liked it. It is a simple design, but not a 'box' - I wanted something that required a little extra craftsmanship just to make it different."
Quote: "Hi Steve, Here are final plans for the Drill Bit 40 as found in the build thread at
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2632298 Thanks for making your plans site available. Andy"
Note a lazer cut short kit for the Drill Bit 40 is available from http://www.manzanolaser.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=595
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