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Aeroflyte Gemini Mkll
Aeroflyte Gemini Mkll

            

Aeroflyte Gemini Mkll
Description: An idea aileron sports model suitable for 40-50 four stroke engines for quiet relaxed flying, or for high performance with 35-40 size two stroke engines.

Extra credits for making this plan possible must go to JEM for the addition of a built up wing alternative plus some general guide lines for foam core panel construction. Reason for this is the Gemini Mk.ll sold as a foam core wing only kit where as the Mk.l was the built up wing.

I would also like to thank DECCA for his trust in loaning me the plan and build instruction booklet for scanning purposes.

Enjoy Steve.
Keywords: Aeroflyte, Gemini Mk.ll, Sports RC low wing, trike UC, 40 two stroke engine
Date: 05.13.2014 05:52
Hits: 1963
Downloads: 850
Rating: 5.00 (2 Vote(s))
File size: 3.7 MB
Added by: tyro185

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Biggles
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Join Date: 01.15.2012
Comments: 6
Beautiful set of plans

I have a plan/instructionless Gemini II sitting half built in the garage for years. This will be ideal inspiration in continuing the construction. i love all these aeroflyte plans that have been uploaded over the years.

Cheers Bill
05.13.2014 09:40 Offline Biggles
johnboy21
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Join Date: 05.03.2015
Comments: 2
Cool aircraft

The original Gemini was a great aileron trainer... it was actually the first RC aircraft I built and learnt to fly with in about 1976. from memory it had the option of low wing or shoulder wing as well.
05.03.2015 21:43 Offline johnboy21
Murtz46
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Join Date: 07.09.2015
Comments: 1
Great Plan

I am currently building one from a kit I have had for 25 years, needed the built up wing plan for when the original foam wing gets modified when running out of sky.
:-)
07.20.2015 04:51 Offline Murtz46
ZarZep
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Join Date: 08.23.2016
Comments: 6
Box of Parts

I received a Old kit box for this aircraft with the what was left of a unfinished project (missing a lot parts wings and etc.) now I can complete Thankyou
09.01.2016 15:42 Offline ZarZep
apple2
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Join Date: 08.08.2018
Comments: 1
Rudder error on the plans.

This was my first R/C model back in 1992 and still flying today. Great in heavy wind conditions and fast landings. A few repairs/mods and a new fuselage so far.
One note of caution on the plans is that the rudder and nose wheel will turn in opposite directions if you follow the plan. What I did was use a heavy duty servo arm with two connection on the same arm. One connection closer in on the servo arm than the other. I also had to cut into the fuselage a bit to allow for the heavier/longer servo arm.
08.15.2018 05:12 Offline apple2



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