Savana (oz12205)

 

Savana (oz12205) from Scorpio 1980 - plan thumbnail

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Scorpio Savana 35. Radio control sport trainer model. Wingspan 1560 mm, for .35 engines.

Plan sheet #2 shows assembly instructions as a sequence of 26 small line-art drawings. It looks like the fuselage and wings essentially arrived ready-made, in the box.

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Savana (oz12205) from Scorpio 1980 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz12205)
    Savana
    from Scorpio (ref:2028)
    1980 
    61in span
    IC R/C
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 11/05/2020
    Filesize: 1088KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AlbertoBortolin

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Attached photos of Savana box [model photo & more pics 004-006]. Please note the antistall device in the leading edge central wing portion. In reality it's a "stall device", it serves to make the central portion of the wing stall before the wing tips and have a soft landing. Same devices are on the real Dornier 335 push-pull fighter. Fiesta and Savana are sister ships, Fiesta low wing design with the same Savana wing.
Pit - 28/05/2020
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