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Neuheiten 2004

 

MIG 21 

Das Jagdflugzeug Mikojan-Gurewitsch MiG-21 ist das meistgebaute Kampfflugzeug nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg und das meistgebaute Strahlflugzeug überhaupt. Das Flugzeug wurde in mehr als 20 Versionen gebaut und von über 50 Luftwaffen eingesetzt. Mehr als vierzig Jahre nach seinem Erstflug wird dieser Jet in China immer noch produziert. Heute noch sind etwa 2000 Maschinen im Inventar der Luftstreitkräfte verzeichnet. Unsere Maschine, die MiG 21 MF, ist ein Nachbau aus der Dritten Generation, der Allwetterjäger und Aufklärer, mit Raketen und Kanonenbewaffnung.

Manfred Eberhard hat die Maschine konstruiert und all sein Know-how als langjähriger Jet-Pilot und Modellbauer auch in den Formenbau eingebracht. Das Modell im Maßstab 1:5 besticht mit seiner aufwändigen Oberfläche, die bis ins kleinste Detail dem russischen Original nachempfunden ist. Schon mit einer 12 kp Turbine kommen die unkomplizierten Flugeigenschaften dieses Jets voll zur Geltung. 

Der Klassiker MiG 21 ist eine echte Bereicherung der Jet Szene!

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Cougar F9F

 

The F9F Cougar was the U.S. Navy's first swept wing fighter and was the American answer to the MIG 15 in the Korean War.  A further development of the F9 Panther, the major visible modifications were the swept wing and horizontal tailplane giving the airframe an even more "slippery" look.  After the war, the Cougar was assigned to further duties as a reconnaissance and drone aircraft, and was also used by the famed Navy Aerobatics team - the "Blue Angles".  

We have developed the F9F to a scale of 1:5 from original drawings with all rivets and details, speed-brakes, dive-brakes and flaps.  To help reduce building time, the air ducting and the CNC milled formers are pre-installed "in-the-mold".  Easy access to the turbine is accomplished thru the removable top hatch.

 As an accessory, we offer a scale retract-gear set with, in our L-39 Albatros proven, pneumatic drum brake system.

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Turbo Raven

 

The Raven is a one-of-a-kind aircraft developed for ex-Navy fighter pilot and aerobatic competitor, Wayne Handley.  The two-seat, mid-wing aerobat was designed and configured for EXTREME aerobatics and is powered by a 330HP Lycoming.  Handley participated in many airshows and is a three-time California Unlimited Aerobatic Champion title holder.  He also held the World Record in inverted spins for a number of years.

  The (never-ending) quest for more power centered on a P & W turboprop with 750 shaft horsepower.  It was obvious that the original airframe would not be up to the stress imposed by this powerplant, a new aircraft HAD to follow.   

ENTER, THE TURBO RAVEN!  First flown in March 1998, the racy "ORACLE" Turbo Raven, with its long nose and rather unusual (but none the less functional) wingtips, and a HUGE rudder with the same tip treatment has proved to be a real eye-opener for both the general public AND the aviation community.

The beautiful lines and excellent areobatic capabilities promted us to make this aircraft available using CAD/CAM, in 1:3 scale using full fiberglass/carbon fiber (FG/CF) techniques.  The fuselage is layed up as a Herex-sandwich with Aramid (Kevlar) reinforcement in critical areas.  The ailerons are installed using the "elastic-flap" system, and the FG horizontal tailplane is removable.

 Powered with engines starting at 60cc's (3.7 cu. in.) or a TURBOPROP(Yes, there is such a thing!!), our  Turbo Raven ushers in a new dimension in powered aerobatics!

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Rallye Morane

The four-place Rallye Morane is utilized in many aeroclubs as a sailplane tow-tug and sport transport.

The full-fiberglass model, built to the scale of 1:3, with a wing span of 128 inches, is a creation of the ex- world champion in F5-B, Florian Schambeck.  He is a well-known figure at many fly-ins, and is a common sight on the podium at scale contests with this aircraft.

As with the full size aircraft, the wing leading-edge slots allow extremely low speed, stable flight making the model ideally suited for sailpane towing duties.

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Blanik L-23

 

The Super Blanik L-23 is a further development of the well known (with over 3000 units built) Blanik L-13.  Equipped with a T-tail to minimize damage in case of an off field landing, and a redesigned canopy providing better overall visibility, the L-23 found its primary duties in flight schooling, cross-country, and aerobatics.

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