Tiger 2 (oz12821)
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Tiger 2. Radio control sport model. Wingspan 61 in, wing area 580 sq in. For .35 to .46 2-cycle or .40 to .50 4-cycle engines.
Discontinued kit from Carl Goldberg Models.
Quote: "The TIGER 2 is a new breed of cat - one that has evolved from what many of you knew as the Sky Tiger (oz10303). This 90's generation aircraft has what it takes to be a good first, low-wing subject, as well as a reliable sport plane. The construction is true-to-form Goldberg, a standard of the industry, engineered for the novice builder with 'top gun' performance in his sights. The sure-footed tracking of the take-offs and landings will make your airborne transitions as graceful as the maneuvers in between. And speaking of maneuvers, the TIGER 2 does them all: super smooth loops, four-points, on-a-wire axial rolls and ...oooh... inverted flight. So, let's get going! But before you lose yourself in the joys of building, do a read-through of these instructions and look at the plans. We're sure that you will find building and flying the TIGER 2 absolutely Grrrrrrrreat!"
Note this is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.
Note this redrawn plan is complete, in a way that the kit plan never was. The kit plan did not show all parts and tools/jigs etc.
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Quote: " I managed to buy a partial Tiger 2 kit with the plans, so I was able to duplicate the 'Tools'"
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