Passat 54 (oz12094)


Passat 54 (oz12094) by Hans Finus - plan thumbnail

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Passat 54. A2 class glider model.

Wingspan 1900 mm.

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Passat 54 (oz12094) by Hans Finus - model pic

  • (oz12094)
    Passat 54
    by Hans Finus
    from Graupner (ref:1676)
    75in span
    Glider F/F Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 30/03/2020
    Filesize: 376KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Doro
    Downloads: 1670

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User comments

My first big glider in 1969. It was that good I lost it doing a hand launch test glide. I love Graupner plans they are full of detail.
Martin Kiszel - 15/04/2020
Just started to build an RC version [see pic 003]. Simple and good looking it is.
Boris Sovic - 12/02/2024
I'm sending some photos of PASSAT.
Just finished it. I made an increasing version .
125 % to an original. Just hope it"ll be fine.
Wingspan. 2375 mm
Lenght. 1520 mm
Flying weight. 785 g
Wingload. 16,5g/dm2
RC controls: rudder,elevator
It is extremely slim fuselage so I used HV servos
Boris Sovic - 06/03/2024
Some photos here [pics 004-008] of the Passat 54.
Boris Sovic - 07/03/2024
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