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Rapier-powered Hawker P.1121 by Steve Bage

Yet another fine design from the pen (or should that be mouse?) of Steve Bage. The full size aircraft would have been capable of Mach 2 had it been finished, but it was axed in the 1950's defence cuts when the prototype was about 85% complete. Still, at least you can now get a model of it into the air!

The duck egg green colour scheme is based on that carried by the full size mock up, which you can see here.

The prototype came out at 25.1 grams, and has flown successfully on Rapier L2 power. Try to save weight at the rear because the model proved to need a fair amount of noseweight. Also, you might want to consider adding a little dihedral, as the model is a bit marginal as regards lateral stability.

Click here to see a video of the model in action at the Peterborough Flying Aces meeting in September 2005 (1.72 MB)

To read and print the pdf file you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free download from

Steve drew the original plan on A3 sheets, and if your printer can cope with the larger paper size, this would be the recommended route. He has also managed to split up the plan to fit on A4 sheets for those of us can only use small paper sizes.

The plan should print off full size if you set your printer settings to A4 paper, even if it has got different sized paper in the printer. If in doubt, check against the 100 mm scales on the plan sheets.

Click here to download pdf file for A3 paper (1.21 MB)

Click here to download pdf file for A4 paper (1.75 MB)

Click here to find out more about Jetex and Rapier powered models, and how to trim them.

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