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Although it looks as if it came from the golden era of aviation in the late 20s and 30s, it is in fact Spacewalker scale model aircraft of the US Amateur in 1986 constructed Jesse Anglin of Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Scale model aircraft sports a classic balsa construction for operation of an internal combustion engine 6.5-8 cc (2T), 8-10 ccm (4T) or AC motor Class G2 FOXY 3520-3530 with 4-5S LiPo battery.
Polosouměrným with wing profile is a two-piece, deployed on the side of dural tube coupling. The ailerons are controlled independently 2 standard servos. The hull is also a classic design with fiberglass cowl. Motor bulkhead is ready for installation on an internal combustion engine adjustable plastic bed or ac motor in the rear mounting. Servo rudder and elevator and other electronics are mounted in the space above the wing with easy access through a detachable upper torso. The chassis is a spike with dural main steerable wire legs and spurs coupled with the rudder.
The kit includes: a polyester film Oracover covered wings, fuselage and tail surfaces, plastic motor mount for internal combustion engines bed for electric motors with a rotary casing, fiberglass engine cover, canopy, complete set of small accessories, duralumin main chassis, bow foot, bike, acrobatic fuel tank, cone, and a sheet of stickers image guidance.
|Weight [g]||3000 - 3200|
|Wing area [dm 2]||40.6|
|controlled functions||S, V, K (2), M|