Lockheed U2 oz9524


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Submitted to Outerzone: 02/12/2017
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Lockheed U2 - Radio control scale model, for tractor prop with .15 to .19 power.

Quote: "Multi RC Scale High-flying Spy in the Sky...
Looking around for something a little different, for an out of the rut fun type R/C model, I thought a model based on the U-2 would look good. When seen, everyone knows it's a U-2 in spite of the fact that many changes were made from the scale drawings, to make a simple easily built model.
The plug-in wings look complicated, but are easier to build and provide more room in the fuselage than using a tongue. The tubing in fact becomes root spars, adding to the strength of the wings. Also it's great not to have to worry about where to put a six foot wing, when traveling.
Without an engine, fuel tank, wheels, engine servo and the battery moved into a filled in nose, you have the mak-ings of a good slope soarer, for those who like floating on a breeze.
Wing Construction: Cut out all ribs, being especially careful drilling the holes in the plywood ribs for the tub-ing. Use a %2" dia. drill for this... "

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oz9524 datafile

Lockheed U2  
by Robert Trishin
from Flying Models
February 1966 
72in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Military
all formers complete :)
got article :)


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