QB 2500 (oz1246)
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QB-2500. Radio control model from Pilot. Thermal Glider. Wingspan 2450mm, wing area 38dm2, weight 750-800g, for 2 channel radio.
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by Y Matsumoto
from OK Model Pilot
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Found online 17/04/2013 at:
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User commentsThanks to High_Start who posted the model pic of his completed QB2500 (built with ailerons) here https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2316259-Outerzone-plans-built-gallery/page7
SteveWMD - 04/01/2017
Here with a photo of my first RC Model, a Pilot kit of the QB2500 sail plane [more pics 005]. Could only afford radio once I was a working man. Can promise you I don't look anything like that skinny policeman today.
AndyCoutts - 12/01/2017
I bought, built the Pilot QB 2500 years ago and never had the chance to fly it. Still have it but no place here will allow it. Unless I drive to the middle of desert! Question, what year did they come out with this glider?
LeonardChapman - 09/04/2017
Hi guys, here are some pictures of my Pilot QB2500 (planID: oz1246), now equipped with the original wing without ailerons, and it flies like a dream, much better than the aileron wing I had build before [more pics 006-008]. Keep up the great work.
Julian - 30/10/2017
I think the Q.B. 2500 was available in the US in 1976.
Orange&White - 01/09/2020
Got it thanks, have set the date on this one to 1976.
SteveWMD - 01/09/2020
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