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School and trainer biplane De Havilland Tiger Moth is one of the most important aircraft of World War II. "Moths" Although shoot down hundreds of enemy planes or did not overthrow one thousand tons of bombs, but in their cockpits are piloting acquainted with tens of thousands of airmen who piloted fighters and bombers RAF, RCAF Canadian, Australian RAAF, RNZAF New Zealand ... and with them, of course, quite a few Czech pilots. Apart from military service flew and still flies a lot of Tiger Moth in "civilian clothes" such as sports, acrobatic and touring aircraft. When you need to go to Duxford Flying Legends airshow largest dedicated "warbirdům," you can still be in the cockpit of this immortal legend ride ...
Designers of American companies DUMAS Aircraft is the ideal machine for modelers who already has at least basic experience in building small models powered by rubber or piloting gliders and RC model controlled rudder and elevator. You will improve in the building "žbrdličkové" skeleton of the fuselage and wings, paper coating and painting - it's due to highly preprocessed laser-carved works like clockwork.
RC kit semiscales British school and trainer biplane designed for electric propulsion. The model is simple but classic balsa structure in Rozsyp with laser carved wooden parts, scale accessories made of vacuum-molded plastic parts drawn by plastic injection molding and metal. The hull is constructed of conventional technologies minimaketářskou sides of balsa wood glued beams that connect polopřepážkami and bars in the lattice frame. The resulting shapes get stuck after several additional stringers. The wings are the classic design of the spars and ribs, tail out of balsa wood strips and laser-carved parts. Minor "tweaks" is making the peripheral parts of the tail and wing tips of balsa wood strips laminated wet. You get so easily surprisingly strong and lightweight parts - without the use of carbon! Drawings necessary templates again refer to the instructions. The whole model can drag the paper supplied in the kit or a suitable lightweight iron sheets with little shrinkage, such as Airspan or Litespan.
Tiger Moth is designed to drive small DC motor with gear - eg. Power unit GWS, which is drawn on the plan. Nowadays probably choose small AC motor - in this case you will have to redesign the motor mount (insert new motor mount from 2 mm birch plywood), but it should not pose a serious problem. For relaxed flying just class motor AXI 2212 and Li-poly two cells 1100 to 1300 mAh. "Namotorování" We recommend overdoing it - it's a park-flyer, not a rocket.
Kit includes: laser carved balsa parts, balsa wood beams, vacuum-molded parts (bonnet ...), clear plastic film to the windscreen, steel strings on chassis and other small parts, lightweight foam wheels, colored lining paper sheet of stickers, construction plan.
|Wing area [dm 2]||22.7|
|controlled functions||S, V, M|
Recommended drive and RC equipment:
|Engine||GWS A (6: 1)||RAY C2830 / 09||FOXY C2213 / 20||AXI 2212/20|
|Regulator||JES 006||FOXY R-25B||FOXY R-25B||FOXY R-25B|
|battery||RAY 7.4 V 800 mAh||RAY 7.4 V 1100 mAh||RAY 7.4 V 1100 mAh||RAY 7.4 V 1100 mAh|
|Propeller||GWS 9x7 "||APC 9x4,7SF||APC 9x4,7SF||APC 9x4,7SF|
|RC rig||min. 3 channels|