Giant 1/4 Scale Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer Plans &Templates
You are bidding on a new set of plans for a Giant 1/4 Scale Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer. It includes the Plans and templates/patterns for cutting the parts for this great looking and flying airplane. Other plans are for sale too. I'll be listing them as I pull them out. Plans are shipped rolled in a mailing tube.The PA-20 Pacer is a four-place, strut braced, high-wing light aircraft that was built by Piper Aircraft in the post- World War II period. The Pacer was essentially a four-place version of the two-place PA-17 Vagabond light aircraft. It features a steel tube fuselage and an aluminum frame wing, covered with fabric, much like Piper's most famous aircraft, the Cuband Super Cub. An aircraft prized for its ruggedness, spacious cabin, and, for its time, impressive speed, many Pacers continue to fly today. Factory installed 125 hp (93 kW), 135 hp (100 kW) and 150 hp (112 kW) engine options were available and 160 hp (120 kW) as well as 180 hp (135 kW) engine after-market conversions are an option . Your satisfaction is guaranteed
are the specs. Thanks for looking and have a great day! Flying!Scale 1/4 Wingspan 89 inches Length 58 inches Wing Area 1350 Sq. inches Weight range 12 -19 Pounds Power required .90 2C 1.20 4C or 26 - 35CC Gas Engine (Perfect for a Zenoah G-26)
Check out my other auctions for more great stuff you just can't live without ;)Be careful of buying files instead of printed plans. They may not be a good deal, for 3 reasons. 1) It will cost more than 20.00 to print the files, if you can find someone who will print them. 2) Although printers are calibrated from time to time, you have no idea when you print the files if they are actually accurate. 3) You have to take the time and trouble to take them to the print shop and either leave them to be printed or wait for them
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