Plan - 2150 Vought XF5U Flapjack
Brand Kiona Publishing, Inc.
The Vought XF5U "Flying Flapjack" was an experimental U.S. Navy fighter aircraft designed by Charles H. Zimmerman during World War II. The unorthodox design consisted of a flat, somewhat disc-shaped body, which served as the lifting surface. The model has a 23.5-in wingspan and is designed for power by two AXI 2212/34 motors on 3-cell LiPo power.