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RCPowers F22v2                              RCPowers F35v2
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For those of you that are looking for free plans, here they are! The F22 is really the the first RCPowers plane that had it all- quick easy build and
great performance.  Here is a video Scott Lott posted of he and Dave explaining the new features of the F22v2 and their philosophy on parkjet design of looking scale
but not really being scale for a good flying plane.

The F35 has great looks and is an excellent trainer due to its ultra low wing loading. But the other thing the F35v2 is good for is Experimenting with control surfaces! Once you are
good at flying, use it to load up with servos and do some advanced mixes on the radio! You can easily load up the plane with 6 servos and it flies nice and light. 
I used the F35 to experiment with Landing flaps one day when Dave asked us guys on the forum to come up with a short landing option for the F35v2...


Have questions?  Post your questions on the forum for 24/7 tech support. That's what the forum does best!


Download your F22v2 Plans HERE!

 
Download your F35v2 Plans HERE!




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Dave Henry
Hi there I just purchased two plans but I can't open the file on my mobile phone please help
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DualDesertEagle
Thanks alot! I've always wanted the F-22 but payment would've been too much of a hassle for me as someone who doesn't have a credit card and absolutely LOATHES PayPal.

EDIT: Damn, now I have to decide which model to build next, SkyRider or F-22! Don't think I can afford both atm.

EDIT 2: Since I'm honestly tired of going to the print shop and explaining to them how the untiled plans have to be printed in order to come out in the correct size, what's the correct way to put the tiled plans together btw? with the thick black lines back to back or with them cut off on 1 or even both sides?  
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DualDesertEagle
No one here to answer my question?
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Torzido
go to your email box in your computer you ain't goin to be able to do it thru your movil
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JTiger
What's the correct way to put the tiled plans together btw? with the thick black lines back to back or with them cut off on 1 or even both sides?  


I've often wondered the same thing. I generally go for the middle of the black border. In my opinion the FT plans do this best because they have another little line in each corner at 45 degrees which really helps line stuff up.

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Torzido
In the plan layout you still see the thick black lines so I'll say leave them on 
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DualDesertEagle
Anyone's got a definitive answer to this question? I'd prefer getting it right first time if possible.
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Wildthing
Cut on the dotted line, this page should overlap over 2 more pages for sure, one side and bottom and just line up the marks then. 
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DualDesertEagle
Wildthing wrote:
Cut on the dotted line, this page should overlap over 2 more pages for sure, one side and bottom and just line up the marks then. 


If u mean the picture that JTiger posted, that's not what the RCP Plans look like. They don't have those helpful 45 degree lines and quarter circles in the corners. All they have is a thick black border for every page and I need to know if those thick black borders go back to back, are cut off on one side of every joint or removed completely.
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bogusbandit56


If u mean the picture that JTiger posted, that's not what the RCP Plans look like. They don't have those helpful 45 degree lines and quarter circles in the corners. All they have is a thick black border for every page and I need to know if those thick black borders go back to back, are cut off on one side of every joint or removed completely.


If you had a computer with adobe pdf and a home printer you set the cut lines or tile line and cut them off and your plans will line up.
I can`t help you because I down loaded the plans via computer and did it at home.
There was a ton of information about printing plans on this site but I can no longer find them.
Wot, no Depron?
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Wildthing
I just printed 2 pages of one of their tiled plans, looks like you would line up the borders.  If you have the untiled plans and are doing this at home use them and print as a poster, print at 100% and make sure to check mark "Cut Marks" 
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DualDesertEagle
Wildthing wrote:
I just printed 2 pages of one of their tiled plans, looks like you would line up the borders.  If you have the untiled plans and are doing this at home use them and print as a poster, print at 100% and make sure to check mark "Cut Marks" 


I guess I'll try that then, thx for the tip.
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Cesar0406
Muchas gracias mi amigos... RD ahora tengo los planos para fabricar mi maqueta gracias a ustedes 
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Boxermad84
Cesar0406 wrote:
Muchas gracias mi amigos... RD ahora tengo los planos para fabricar mi maqueta gracias a ustedes 


de nada
 
 
 
 
 
 
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