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MC Mini Sport 30"

Plane MC Mini Sport 30" v1.0

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Build Plan (PDF, AI, etc.)
Simple build, great sport flier, great for a trainer.

30" wingspan
1806-2280 motor
850 3S
4 channel
thrust angle 2-3 degrees right, 5-6 degrees down
AUW 280g

Please note this is not a speedbuild kit to cut-glue-fly. You'll want to make a couple decisions during the build process, and some prior build experience is assumed. I've built a fun plane and you can download and use the plans I made for my build. Use it as a template, a pattern or a suggestion to create your own awesome plane!



Build thread/discussion/videos HERE

NOTE: In trying to make this nice & easy, the downloadable pdf is formatted to 10 sheets of 8-1/2x11". Make sure you're set to "no scaling" or "scale to 100%" and also "center the plot". Try only one of the sheets to start.
If there are issues and you can't print it right, let me know and I might need to set this up in large sheets to be tiled by your idiot printer.
;):p

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This is just a preview of the work before I created the downloadable pdf:
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Monte.C
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It was definitely a more advanced build and the plans don't guide you through the process, but there is a lot of room to make this plane your own, modifying as you build.
It seems to fly reasonably stable even without rudder. The only thing I can recommend is a stronger power pod and doublers in the nose and some reinforcement where the wings mount. Something I also noticed is that there is a lot of room inside the fuselage which you might need for wiring or sensors.
Monte.C
Monte.C
My friend I'm so glad you've built & flown the plane. You bet, it might be good to make the fuse 1 foamboard layer wider on each side to make room for doublers in the nose and under the wing. I haven't tried it with more power - honestly I'm new, this is the first plane I ever flew and under those conditions it had way more power than I needed! Thanks and I'm glad you like it.