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Old 10-25-2010, 01:49 PM
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Does anyone know where i can get plans or a kit for the little toot biplane?
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Old 10-25-2010, 04:13 PM
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Hallo,

The good drawing can be bought here:

http://www.vth.de/shop/warenkorb/art...ash=9dd9c65286

Here it is a lot of information which I collected for the work:

http://www.littletootbiplane.com/


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There's two sources of plans that I'm aware of:

Bob Holman carries the plans for a 38% version by Bob Morse (Mammoth Scale Plans) and Tommy Meyers (son of the Little Toot's designer) carries a 1/4 scale version.

The attched pics are of the model I built from the Bob Morse plans. Wingspan is 87", weight 32 lbs and is powered by a Zenoah GT-80. The cowl and pants are still available from Paul Steiner (contact info is on the plans).

While the Morse plans were easy to build from, the wing incidences shown have way too much positive angle. I rigged mine with the bottom wing at 0, top wing +1 and stab at 0 and it flies great.

The plane is a blast to fly and always gets a lot of attention at the field.
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Does anyone know where i can get plans or a kit for the little toot biplane?
I have a FG cowl and aluminum cabane, and I think planes for one. I think it's 1/3 scale, which is still pretty small. I'm in Middletown, NJ. I look tomorrow.
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Try this web site they make the REAL LITTLE TOOT and have RC plans available

http://www.littletootbiplane.com/

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