I happen to have the engine laying around so was just looking for something to put it on...
Just to add some spice to the discussion, here are a few items on my
[link=http://www.outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=4416]Sharkface[/link] is designed for "up to 1.5 cc" but I guess that 1.76cc won't be a problem with modern light rc-gear(?)
[link=http://www.outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=2909]Elias Aircoupe[/link] is designed for .15 - .19 but the design is from mid '80 so I hope others will chime in and say if a .10 will be enough with modern gear
The [link=https://www.rcmplans.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3&products_id=1351&zenid=3d09243d31e1ce1e62bbcfd2b9b0ecd1]Honker[/link] will accept a .09 with throttle "for hot performance" according to the plan. But don't order from RCMplans.com, they seems to have gone out-of-business. Search this forum (or send me a PM) for the plans.
In the british magazine Radio Modeller aug-87 issue there is plans for Quickfire and Blitzj├Ąger, two WW2-fighters wannabee, vaguely looking like a Bf109 and a P51. They are designed for a .10-.15 and share the same plan with rather small differences to look like an Axis or Allied plane (or japanese or russian or ....). I think [link=http://www.myhobbystore.co.uk/sector/3/model-aircraft]My Hobbystore[/link] own the copyright for the plans, but I can't find them in their store, so PM me if you want me to scan them for you (but it won't happen until mid August because I'm on summer vacation now and my home scanner just s***s when scanning plans).
Mitja Ser┼íen (Ultralajt on RcGroups), the designer of the famous [link=http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=846438]Guppy[/link] glider also designed a .049 - .10-sized sport plane called Little Sport Model
(allthough I read somewhere that it was rather weak with a .049 but quite 'sporty' with a .10). At the moment it seems that his [link=http://ultralajt.webs.com/]site[/link] is down, but he published the plans for free so I don't think he'll mind if I send them to anyone who PM:s me.
That's a few of the planes I
want to build. Hope fully it's been some inspiration for you (or someone else). In addition to those above I also have a magazine scan for a WW1:ish bipe for a 1.5 - 4cc two-stroke or a 3.5cc four-stroke with a wingspan of 80cm, but I'm too unsure of copyright to even mention it's name here (but my conscience is flexible enough to send a copy to (almost) anyone who PM:s me
But whichever plane you choose to build: please report here because I have a OS Max 10 FP that just waits for a plane to power and I need help to decide which one to build....