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SST (Simple Speed Trainer). Get started with this UK 21N class aircraft featuring a half wing, half tail and single blade prop. Speeds of 130+mph are possible. Full-size plans included. Part 1.
AERO MODELLER #650 Mar 1990 (v.55) pg. 140

SST (Simple Speed Trainer). Part 2.
AERO MODELLER #651 Apr 1990 (v.55) pg. 198

Andrej Rachwal's F2A speed design. Three-views and cross sections.
AERO MODELLER #652 May 1990 (v.55) pg. 285

Basic Midge. A vintage design for a speed aircraft as modified for use in Australia. Features an uncowled engine and outboard elevator. Drawings show two views and overall dimensions.
AERO MODELLER #653 Jun 1990 (v.55) pg. 326

Little Rocket. A vintage design. Two views of fuselage. No dimensions.
AERO MODELLER #654 Jul 1990 (v.55) pg. 379

Needlenose. A vintage design for a Fox or McCoy .59 engine. Three views, some details.
AERO MODELLER #654 Jul 1990 (v.55) pg. 380

Stingray. A vintage design for a Mills 1.3 engine. Two views, some details.
AERO MODELLER #654 Jul 1990 (v.55) pg. 380

Vintage speed. Part 1. A series to get you started.
AERO MODELLER #675 Apr 1992 (v.57) pg. 15

Vintage speed. Part 2. Class, engine, fuel system, propellers, lines, handle, and connections.
AERO MODELLER #676 May 1992 (v.57) pg. 41

Vintage speed. Part 3. Pans and control systems.
AERO MODELLER #677 Jun 1992 (v.57) pg. 8

Vintage speed. Part 4. Dollies, flying, and troubleshooting.
AERO MODELLER #678 Jul 1992 (v.57) pg. 20

Formula 21 speed models. Tips on how to start flying control line speed.
AERO MODELLER #697 Feb 1994 (v.59) pg. 10

The trainer. Learning to fly control-line speed models using a speed control-line handle engaged in a pylon. Includes basic plans for robust training model aircraft for the newcomer to C/L speed.
AERO MODELLER #709 Feb 1995 (v.60) pg. 20

Rules and tips on constructing a .21 Sport Speed model.
MODEL AVIATION Jun 1990 (v.16#6) pg. 84

Streak. A sport/trainer C/L model for the Shuriken 1/2A engine can be equipped with either monoline or U-control. Could also be used as a Speed trainer or as a test bed for R/C Pylon racing.
MODEL AVIATION Jul 1990 (v.16#7) pg. 64

Tips on developing a good pylon technique when flying C/L speed.
MODEL AVIATION Oct 1990 (v.16#10) pg. 64

Ten Penny. Build a C/L profile-style .21 Sport Speed trainer with a 23" wingspan.
MODEL AVIATION Jan 1995 (v.21#1) pg. 82

Blondie. A Proto Speed model with a 32" wingspan that utilizes the NovaRossi .21 engine and fuel system in Darp pan. Construction is balsa, plywood, and maple with an epoxy finish.
MODEL AVIATION Apr 1997 (v.23#4) pg. 44

Little Tiger. Construct a NATS-winning 1/2A Profile Proto Speed. An excellent entry level model for anyone interested in control-line speed flying. Features 16" wingspan, balsa and plywood construction, and an epoxy finish. Reduced-scale plan included.
MODEL AVIATION Apr 1999 (v.25#4) pg. 54