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Cyril Carr's - AM-339 Looking for plan.

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Tim Hickey17/06/2019 16:30:15
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Hi,

Please can anyone help?

Looking for copy of Cyril Carr's plan for an AM339.

Originally published as a free plan, I think, in RCM&E Feb 2000.

Great plan. Can be built for IC, Electric or a sloper.

I built one for sloping when it first came out and would now like to build a leccy one probably a bit bigger than the original. Plan & model long since gone.

Model holds hold special 'family time' memories.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Tim.

Steve Jones 217/06/2019 18:29:07
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I have a copy and elec model built from it . A stunner and such a great model. You can’t have my plan but I am sure we can sort something out.. if you know what I mean ...

steve

Tim Hickey18/06/2019 08:04:44
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for the reply. I have had a good look around on the Sarik website and can't find the plan so I assume it is no longer available from usual sources. Was just thinking if Mr Carr is still contactable for plans etc.

What motor/prop/batt combo did you use and what sort of performance/duration do you get.

Looking forward to getting another 339 built.

Thanks again

Tim

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