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Jetex Beginners Model
Jetex Beginners Model


Jetex Beginners Model
Wing span: 32 Inches
Designed By: Brent Hawkins
Description: Looking for a simple-to-build Jetex powered F/F? Try this contest proved design (took a Nats' 3rd, with a time of 6:18.4). Making working plans of this model is a cinch - all curved part patterns are provided full size. Begin by drawing fuselage side-view "base-line" and trace or pin-prick the nose pattern on left end of this line. Measure distance (as noted) between rear of former 2 and 1/16" x 1/2" x 11/16" ends-joiner, add the end pattern (at right). Cut two 5/8" wide strips of 1/16" sheet for top and bottom - tapering towards tail as indicated. Draw up wings and stab rectangular outlines, add ribs at regular intervals, followed by spar locations. Best flight pattern is to the left on both power and glide. Remember to light that D/T fuse ... this ship is a real floater!
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