Sly-Cat (oz13058)


Sly-Cat (oz13058) by Leon Janssens from Svenson 1973 - plan thumbnail

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Sly-Cat. Radio control sport model. Wingspan 1500 mm.

Quote: "A truly outstanding multi-trainer, SVENSON's 'SLY-CAT II' features a shoulder-wing with semi-symmetrical airfoil, a tricycle landing-gear, and should be powered by any good engine between .29 and .40. R/C equipment should be four-channel proportional (or 8 to 10 channel reeds). The SLY-CAT II is the ideal airplane to learn to fly with ailerons, and makes a perfect Sunday-flyer. The Deluxe kit contains full-size plans, multi-lingual instructions, large unbreakable BLUE-tinted canopy, steerable nose-gear, main landing gear WITH wheel collars, three Du-Bro-type air-wheels, rubber wing-supports, R/C clunk tank, all necessary control-horns, nylon-hinges, engine mounting nuts and bolts, etc."

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Sly-Cat (oz13058) by Leon Janssens from Svenson 1973 - model pic

  • (oz13058)
    by Leon Janssens
    from Svenson
    59in span
    IC R/C Kit
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 19/05/2021
    Filesize: 776KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: LaurentLegeay

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The "Sly-Cat" is the original version of the "Pinto". Pinto was from 1976. A somewhat more modern version of the Sly Cat. Pinto was a huge success, and was also a very good trainer. Here the link to the Pinto
I fly 1973 RC models, but never saw a Sly Cat fly. Kind regards,
Julien Vermeire - 30/05/2021
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