Digital full size plans on Cd AMBUSH 15 CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly
Digital full size plans on Cd AMBUSH 15 CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly
Digital full size plans on Cd AMBUSH 15 CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly
Digital full size plans on Cd AMBUSH 15 CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly
Digital full size plans on Cd AMBUSH 15 CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly

Digital full size plans on Cd AMBUSH 15 CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

AMBUSH 15

Aspiring CL stunt pilots can learn the basics quickly and inexpensively with this .15 powered all-sheet balsa scale-up of a Bill Netzeband design.

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a SHEET 46” x 24”

Digital THREE PAGES of BUILDING NOTES, ILLUSTRATION and PHOTOS

Digital Files are TIFF, JPEG and PDF

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

Control Line

Stunt

Wingspan 38”

Engine .15

BY ALLEN W. BRICKHAUS

Thanks to Allen W. Brickhaus for given his permission to sell this plan

   My interest in the Ambush 15 came in talk with my friend Jim Pacourek. He, like many other beginners in CL stunt, was having a learning curve problem. Building a fully ribbed stunt trainer was time consuming, and a lack of good weather prompted few flying sessions. Crashes were more the norm than the exception. Pacourek's master guru, Iirn Renkar, suggested putting together a small 1/2A design called the Ambush, a fully-sheeted stunter developed by Bill Netzeband for the Testor 8000 engine. In Mr. Netzeband's words: "My first sketch and data sheet is dated 5/10/77. The concept was to create a 1/2A machine that was fully aerobatic, using the reed valve 1/2A engine power level. The structure was laid out to be bulletproof, and it was designed to bounce when accidentally landed in the grass. Since it was to be a rank beginner's project, I elected to hold material costs to a minimum. Thus, the parts all came out of two sheets of 1/8 x 3 x 36 balsa. The assembly was designed to be pinned flat on a work surface to align the critical surfaces. The controls were all commercially available, at the time.  

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