Fun Hawk (oz9777)


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Fun Hawk - BAe Hawk - Radio control sport model for electric ducted fan.

Quote:- "Hi Mary and Steve, I couldn't find this model on Outerzone so I've attached a copy of a plan and article in the hope that it's of interest to Outerzone watchers. Published in Radio Control Scale Aircraft (Volume 13 Issue 4 - I've no idea how to work out the date from that) the plan was originally published in RCME June 1996. It's an EDF profile model designed by Dave Chinery: the 'Fun Hawk', a model version of the BAe Hawk. I think it has some novel features including the aileron servo operation and tailplane construction.

Published in the R/C Scale Aircraft magazine as a 50% 'condensed version' of the RCME plan, the version attached is now scaled full-size for thirty five and a half inches wing span. The condition of the plan meant some work on the copy was required. The print quality if the original article was bad, and the attached version is the best that I could achieve from it.

Keep up the good work on your outstanding site! Best wishes, Paul."

Direct submission to Outerzone.

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Volume 13/Issue 4 is equivalent to July 1997
anon - 08/02/2018
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