Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1971 sort-of-scale profile Control Line Stunter MACCHI C 202
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Digital full size plans on Cd
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REPRODUCED VINTAGE PLAN FROM 1971
MACCHI C 202
For practicing the pattern here's a sort-of-scale profile job for 15 to 25 size engines. It is also popular in the West Coast Class A Stunt event.
Digital Full Size Plan printson a 44” x 31” Sheet
Digital Three Page article with building notes
Digital Files are TIFF, JPEG and PDF
Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE
…………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT
ENGINE .15 to .25
SCOTT A. CONRADSON
In our search for the all around airplane, we find that it must meet the requirements ot being inexpensive and easy to build, and its flying capabilities must be in the full stunt range. The low cost factor can be obtained by designing the model around a .19 engine. But after testing several present kits, it was found that this size of airplane flies more like a brick The kits seem to lack sufficient wing area to achieve a flyable wing loading. We therefore designed the' aircraft with double the area of kit planes, yet almost the same weight. Now we had only to achieve the right configuration as scaled down full stunt ships moments were net usable. After having designed several models to meet these requirements, all with only limited success, a member of our club, Dick Oglesbee, brought out a new aircraft for the W.A.M. "A" Stunt event. This plane came close to what we wanted. Using it as a starting point, we enlarged and generally redesigned it into the plane presented here the Macchi C. 202.
'The Macchi has been so successful that the fuselage and wing tips have been changed by varlous club members to produce such variations as an Me 109, a P-47, a Boultan-Paul Defiant, and more, We use ours for sport flying and practicing the stunt pattern. It is also a real crowd pleaser when used in Slow Combat. The Macchi is an excellent plane with which to learn the A.M.A. stunt pattern. If you are ready to begin stunting, try one! .