1992 Plans Listing

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Jan.
1992
No. 706 $19

No. 707 $9

No. 708 $5
4-Gone: RC low-wing Sport Aerobatic design. Spans 57 1/2 in., for .40-.50 power.      
S2F Tracker: CL Scale twin-.049-powered model of Grumman design. Spans 39 in. 
PGM Trainer: FF rubber-powered trainer ideal for introduction to ROG flying. Spans 16 in.
Feb.
1992
No. 709 $9 Air Cadet: RC or FF fun flier/trainer for .020 power. Spans 38 in.
March
1992
No. 710 $9

No. 711 $5
Quickie 300: RC pylon racer and sport flier uses .20 power. Foam wing spans 45 in.    
Fokker E-II Type: FF ROG Rubber powered outdoor stick model. Spans 23.5 in.
April
1992
No. 712 $24


No. 713 $5
Valmet Redigo L-90TP: RC sport scale version of Finnish Vinka military trainer, Quadra 50 or Zenoa G-62 power. Spans 94 in.    
MIG-29: FF Catapult glider, spans 13 in.  
May
1992
No. 714 $19 Mud Duck: RC: A user-friendly sport flier for relaxed, slow flight. For .25 - .30 power. Spans 60 in. (2 plans sheets.)
June
1992
No. 715 $24

No. 716 $5
Stephens Akro: RC; Fully aerobatic quarter-scale replica for .75 - .90 power. Spans 72.5 in.   
Slow Poker: FF Indoor hand-Launched Glider, Cabon fiber reinforced. Spans 24.5 in.  
July
1992
No. 717 $14 Svetlana’s RC Combat Plane: RC Sport/Combat flier for 3.5 cc engine, 3 RC channels. Spans 47.5 in.
Aug.
1992
No. 718 $14 Lite Bipe: RC; Highly aerobatic fun-fly bipe spans 37 in. for .30- .40 power. (2 plan sheets)
Sept.
1992
No. 719 $14


No. 720 $5
Aria: RC; Electric designed by Bill Winter. 69 in. span, variable flap system. For 9.6 V direct-drive motor   
A Minuteman: FF; Frank Zaic’s popular rubber-powered model from 1941 Popular Science. Spans 20 in.
Oct.
1992
No. 721 $14


No. 722 $5

No. 723 $9
Lil' Foiler: RC; Midwing fun fly sport plane. Fully aerobatic. For .40- .51 size engines. Spans 48 in.         
Lacey M-8-1/2: FF; For Mini-6 electric motor. Spans 19 5/8 in.        
Avia 87: CL; Profile stunter designed by Peyotr Zawada. For .15 power. Spans 38 1.4 in.
Nov.
1992
No. 724 $24


No. 725 $24
The Secret Weapon: RC Giant mid-wing aerobatic ship. For ST3000Zenoah G-38/Quadra 35+. Spans 80 in. (2 plan sheets)       
Cardinal '89: CL Stunter for .60 power, spans 62 1/2 in. (2 plan sheets)
Dec.
1992
No. 726 $24


No. 727 $9


No. 728 $14
Chic-Ah-Dee: RC electric Cessna look-alike fun flier uses 035 motor, 6-cell pack. Spans 52 1/4 in (2 plan sheets)     
Curtiss XF7C Seahawk: CL Biwinger for Profile Scale and Navy Carrier. Spans 32 in. (top wing) For .35- .40 power      
Electric Satellite 450: FF Electric version of Satellite 450 for 6- or 7-cell classes. Astroflight 035 cobalt motor. Spans 56 1/2 in.

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