All the shaped balsa and plywood parts to build the basic Cougar airframe.
For the jet fan: We offer an I.M.M.A. legal ducted fan design, the swept wing Grumman F9F-8 COUGAR at a 1:6 scale. The Cougar is considered an ideal first ducted fan jet. The design was developed using drawings, photos, & info from the Grumman Aircraft Historical Center. These plans for conventional balsa & plywood construction, fully sheathed in balsa, include optional operating dive brakes, inboard flaps, & removable or folding wings. The span is 69", length of 83.5", & has a wing area of 1485.71 sq. in. Target weight is 18 lbs. dry, with a wing loading of 27.9 oz. per sq.ft. Airplane is operated on basic 6 channels or 9 channels with options. It is powered with an O.S. 91 VR-DF engine mounted in a B.V.M. fan unit, with optional in-flight fuel mixture control. This model can also be powered with a true turbine. Plans not included, but are available from Belair