Astro Hog (oz969)


Astro Hog (oz969) by Fred Dunn from Berkeley 1957 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Astro Hog. Classic RC stunt model. This is the legendary model that got RC aerobatics off the ground in 1957. The first successful low-wing RC model, it took top 4 places at the 58 Nationals. Kitted by Berkeley.

Update 24/04/2013: Have split this plan into 2 sheets to make printing it out a bit more practical. Thanks to ColinSharpe for pointing this one out.

Update 25/02/2020: Added decals file, thanks to Rich.

Quote: "Good morning Steve and Mary, Please see attached file for your website if you find it acceptable. The decal scan came out of an older Sig kit and maybe other modelers would find it useful on the Berkeley version of this kit. Thanks for your time and effort, your website is a goldmine! Regards,"

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User comments

Hi Steve, I just test flew my Astro Hog, electric powered. Here's a picture for the gallery [more pics 004].
Paul - 06/09/2013
Your plans illustrate the balancing location for "control line" flying, no dimensions are shown for radio controlled flying. Can't find those balancing dimensions anywhere, even on other web sites.
anon - 20/04/2015
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