Reflex II (oz13284)


Reflex II (oz13284) by Franz Heindler from FMT 1996 - plan thumbnail

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Reflex II. Radio control sport pylon racer model. Wingspan 740 mm, for electric power using Speed 400 motor.

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Article, in German.


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Reflex II (oz13284) by Franz Heindler from FMT 1996 - model pic

  • (oz13284)
    Reflex II
    by Franz Heindler
    from FMT
    December 1996 
    29in span
    Electric R/C
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 10/08/2021
    Filesize: 181KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: hlsat

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User comments

This looks like a wicked hot little model. Am I understanding correctly that all control on it comes from varying the incidence of the wings?
Tim - 05/09/2021
# Tim: correct. The article says: it flies friendly and stable, just be carefull when landing, cause you get a big rudder angle when ailerons and elevator are added and stall comes quickly. Best regards
woodbug - 06/09/2021
Hi Steve, Hi Mary, Yes, the model is flown on 2 servos which vary the incidence of each of the wing halves. Channel mixing on the Tx is used to give roll and pitch. Search for 'Pitcherons' on Youtube for more examples!
Chris Pinn - 06/09/2021
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