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Old 05-19-2013, 09:39 PM
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Default Looking for PDF Plans for a Swizzle Stick / Stick .40

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Not sure if this is the right forum or not, but does anyone have or know where I can download a free set of PDF or even .dxf or .dwg plans for the old Swizzle Stick / Stick .40? I've done quite a bit of searching but no luck.

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It has been a long time since I have seen a swizzle stik. They were a pretty basic airplanes if I remember right there were two planes with that name one was US design with a simple stick rear fuselage and a UK version similar to the Ugly Stik. I believe Ace made a simolar airplane I just can't remember the name. If you can find someone with the old Ace plans you might find something you like. It seems I inherted a set of the Ace plans but I have no idea where to find them.
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The plans I'm looking for are the pretty much the same as the Balsa USA Stick 40 Plus. The fuse and engine mount are made up of 2 long square pieces of hardwood with almost square flat sides for the wing saddle and the radio gear. I know it's a very simple plane to build, but I need plans so I can get the proper dimensions and wing incidence if any as well as rib templates as I am going to cut a foam core wing.

Here is a picture of one.

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Are you still looking for plans? I don't have a PDF but could send a copy of full size plans. That's actually my photo you've got there.
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look around here.. I will warn you though it si going to give you LOTS of ideas !

http://www.outerzone.co.uk/index.asp
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The plans I'm looking for are the pretty much the same as the Balsa USA Stick 40 Plus. The fuse and engine mount are made up of 2 long square pieces of hardwood with almost square flat sides for the wing saddle and the radio gear. I know it's a very simple plane to build, but I need plans so I can get the proper dimensions and wing incidence if any as well as rib templates as I am going to cut a foam core wing.
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I had a friend, long gone, that flew a couple of these, they were a favorite of his!
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Not exactly what you were looking for but pretty close.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...233857&page=88
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The plans for this were originally published by RCM. Their plans are available but a bit of a hassle according to what I've read here. I built a .20 sized one and a BUSA Swizzle Stik, .40 size. They were a good use for a spare wing.
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