Imperial Knight Twister oz9663


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Submitted to Outerzone: 02/01/2018
Outerzone planID: oz9663 | Filesize: 557KB | Format: • PDFvector | Credit*: MarceloPricoli


About this Plan

Imperial Knight Twister - Rubber scale model. A Formula Argentina design.

"Hi Steve! I finished days ago a new plan of the famous Knight Twister Imperial, but in the 'Formula Argentina' category design.(something like Bostonians). A close friend Mr. Charlie Armonti (from Argentina) pass this hand draw plan to a Autocad vesion and perform it!. This is the amazing result for my design! Mr Charlie Armonti is a master using autocad! For the modellers arround the world, here the plan for the "Formula Argentina" category, KNIGHT TWISTER IMPERIAL, aerobatic biplane, rubber powered model, weight without rubber 10grs. minimum, wingspan 13 inch. No prototype tested yet. We apreciatte very much pictures, and modifications, to perform the flight conditions of the model, thanks! Marcelo Pricoli - JV44 Free Flight School of Uruguay / South America."

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Imperial Knight Twister  
by Marcelo Pricoli
13in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Civil
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