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Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning
Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B  Wingspan  60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning

Full Size Printed Plan 1974 Free Flight Class A-B Wingspan 60 “ Engine .19 - .23 "Star Seeker" machine for winning

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Full Size Printed Plan & Building Notes

No materials. Plan only

Vintage 1974

 The "Star Seeker"

Swift and awesome in the climb, a thing of silent beauty in the glide. It is a machine for winning. For Class A-B competition.

Full size Printed Plan on a 36” x 50” SHEET

Six Pages of building notes and photos

Free Flight Class A-B

Wingspan  60 “        

Engine .19 - .23

by Mike Hallum

   The design is an accumulation of several high and low thrust features that complement each other quite nicely. The trendy rear fin has a "Dixielander" heritage. The flat center-section wing with swept tips is characteristic of designs (particularly those of Dick Mathis) coming out of the Southwest in the last few years, combining ease of construction and strength. The low thrust line was used because of Mike's belief that- low thrust designs tend to glide better than high thrust versions. This belief was substantiated by his experience at the '73 West Coast Free-Flight Championships in California which saw low thrust designs walk all over the high thrusters, principally because of superior gliding characteristics. Thank you for looking

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