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Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft  Control Line  Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22
Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft  Control Line  Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22
Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft  Control Line  Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22
Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft  Control Line  Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22
Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft  Control Line  Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22
Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft  Control Line  Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22

Full size Printed Plans Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft Control Line Reliable throttle and flaps Ryan PT-22

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Full size Printed Plans & Article

Not a KIT or MODEL No Material

Reproduced Vintage Plan From 1959

Ryan PT-22

Famed trainer makes delightful control. Reliable throttle and flaps enable you to fly it just like real ship. "Drag" it in, land, pour on the coal, climb on out. Living!

Full size printed [plan on a 42” x 34” sheet

Four page article with building notes, illustration and photos

Scale 1 1/4” = 1ft

Control Line

Wingspan 36 3/8”

Engine .23 to .25

by FRANK W. BEATTY

The Fox .25-fowered Ryan has been built to a scale 1 1/4 inches equals 1 foot, having a 36 3/8 inch wingspan and a weight of 31 ounces. The ship balances at about3/4 inch aft of bulkhead No. 2 without the use of ballast and flies smoothly so trimmed.

A typical contest flight goes something like this. From an unassisted standing start, the model is taxied a quarter lap and stopped. With a roar she takes the air in a long, smooth climb and flies five laps. The ship then flies one lap at half speed and then completes the remainder of the ten qualifying laps at normal speed. The ten laps in, she settles in a long glide and touches down gently The model taxis a full lap and stops within inches of the desired goal. With a roar she climbs again, flies a lap touches down climbs again, flies another lap and touches down again. Sound like fun? It's great fun for the flier and spectators alike.

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