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Eddy Barker22/08/2017 20:39:03
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Hy you guys. I need (need) to build a vintage freeflight that will accept a beam mounted 0.2cc diesel in the next three weeks. What can anyone suggestthat is quick to build? and links to a plan would be awsome. Thanks in advance!
Cliff 195922/08/2017 20:43:08
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**LINK**

How about a little Zipper kit, I could post to you tomorrow morning.

Eddy Barker22/08/2017 21:03:59
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I built a full size zipper with a sparky up front. It flew off. Would prefer something a little more sedate, I am sure someone will bite your hand off for that though. Anything else, was thinking more English grounds.
Doug Campbell23/08/2017 02:55:16
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How about these designed for the Clan 0.25? Should be ok with a 0.2. What engine do you plan on using?

Clansman

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=7657

Mini Cardinal

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=8183

Little monster

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=1795

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=8214

Braddock, VC23/08/2017 08:26:11
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December 2014 Aeromodeller had a plan for "The Dwarf", hi wing pylon designed in 1949 by Dave Hilliard for the K 0.2 or Kalper 0.32 diesels.

Should take less than a week. Also shows the r/c conversion.

Eddy Barker23/08/2017 10:31:25
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Thankyou guys for your suggestions. Little monster is looking goid for my little Kemp Hawk. Many thanks.
Paul H23/08/2017 12:35:07
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How about a Vic Smeed Tom Thumb which is a 22" version of the Tomboy. Quick and easy to build if time is short

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=677

Bert23/08/2017 18:37:18
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This is ideal for very small diesels IMO

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=1474

Doug Campbell23/08/2017 19:09:51
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Posted by Paul H on 23/08/2017 12:35:07:

How about a Vic Smeed Tom Thumb which is a 22" version of the Tomboy. Quick and easy to build if time is short

https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=677

If it is the MK1 Hawk the Tom Thumb is not really the best. The Hawk is quite a lot larger and heavier than the Bambi it was designed for so the nose needs lengthening by about an inch. I built one for mine, and lengthened the rear of the fus by 2" as well. Still needed lead at the back

Mike Etheridge 125/08/2017 16:31:26
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Ever seen the Humbrol Hornet ? I once built a rubber powered version and it flew very well .

Mike Etheridge 126/08/2017 00:03:00
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Here it is a free download. A simple modification to the nose would do the trick?

Hornet - plan thumbnail image

Eddy Barker02/10/2017 21:56:21
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https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=1474

Nice

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