Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1972 Control Line .35 Stunter Sweet Pea construction is different but not difficult.
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Vintage plan 1972
Sweet Pea's construction is different but not difficult.
Full Size Printed Plan on a sheet 42” x 30”
Four page article with building notes
Control Line Stunter
Sweet Pea's construction is different but not difficult. Necessary materials are a large flat board and some scrap wood suitable for jig blocks, as all major assemblies will be built in a jig. All balsa, except as noted, should be the lightest available. The strength of this model comes from the structure. not hard wood. In most cases the strength to weight ratio is higher for a light airplane. Use sensible gluing techniques. Don't over glue, but don't go the other way either. Make the joints fit; don't depend on glue to fill the cracks. When you use epoxy, remember everything you apply stays. The wing is a sparless structure and is designed to be planked. I f you do not want a sheeted wing, take out every other rib and build a O-tube wing.