The Neme-Q+ is the most complete Quickie 500 composite available on the market today.
Two Q40 models in production. Jerry Small's II Sweet (Miss Ashley II) and the Jim Allen's Proud Bird.
Custom builds for FAI & F5D including the Bathleth produced for Team USA for the 2006 World Championships.
Q500 Kits include: wing, fuse, bolt on tail, CNC servo tray, push rods, landing gear, and all hardware to assemble the kit. The kits does not include a fuel tank or wheels. All parts are interchangeable from Neme-Q to Neme-Q. Guides are used when drilling and mounting all components to ensure every plane is manufactured the same and parts will be interchangeable from plane to plane.
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Q40 Kits include: wing, fuse, tail, belly pan & engine cover, CNC servo tray, push rods, landing gear, and all hardware to assemble the kit. The kits does not include a fuel tank or wheels.
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Gary Schmidt & Jim Allen - 1st & 2nd Place - Winterfest 2007
JD Glass, new Junior Record, Tangerine 2003
Rod Kelln receives a new Neme-Q for winning the CPPRA Q500 Championship in 2003.
All designs use 3D CAD and computer airfoil analysis so that the configuration could be fully developed before the precision CNC machined aluminum molds were cut.
Drawn by Terence Palaschuk. Tested and modified by Jim Allen of Phoenix, Arizona. Converted & cut by Eric Bittner of Winnipeg, MB. THANK YOU..... JIM & ERIC!
All parts are painted and laid up in the molds. Guides are used when drilling and mounting all components to ensure every plane is manufactured the same and parts will be interchangeable from plane to plane.
The bolt on V-Tail was the first of it's kind in the Quickie 500 models.
The aluminum molds are waxed and masked for the paint scheme.
Fly Fast Composites owned and operated by Terence Palaschuk. Terence is a journeyman Auto body Technician, by trade, who specializes in painting. His obsession with racing started in the summer of 1993 when he attended a Regina Windy Flyers Formula 1 Race.
Terence's first Q500 was a scratch built "Scat Cat". Once he managed to actually keep it around the poles, focus shifted on designing and building a lighter, faster, stronger Q500. Terence replicated the airfoil of the world famous NEMESIS, undefeated in Formula 1 Racing from 1991 to 1999. Using the airfoil as the foundation, the Neme-Q was born. The first balsa model was built in the summer of 1995. Variations of the prototype followed as the plane evolved from a balsa prototype to an all composite.
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