Ko C (oz11365)


Ko C (oz11365) by Erich Jedelsky - plan thumbnail

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Kö C. Towline glider model, with all-sheet wing - a Jedelsky wing design. Wingspan 2180 mm.

Note the plan lists wingspan both at 2180 mm and at 2090 mm for A2 version.

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Ko C (oz11365) by Erich Jedelsky - model pic

  • (oz11365)
    Ko C
    by Erich Jedelsky
    86in span
    Glider F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 10/07/2019
    Filesize: 521KB
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    Credit*: AntonioRG

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User comments

This morning I went to take a picture in flight of the KöC. I'm also sending other photos of this classic Swiss [model photo & more pics 003-012]. They show that even in more southern latitudes such as Spain it was flying very well. This replica made in June of this year revives those flight sessions of 1975. Being "radio asisted" means your flight is even more pleasant.
Pajariperro - 13/08/2019
I flew 2 KöC. Now I plan a third one. Try to improve wing torsion. Very familiar picture. The last flew away.
Erich Jedelski a genius.
Reinhard Stranz - 14/05/2020
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