Radar Master (oz13540)

 

Radar Master (oz13540) by Heinz Siegle from SMB 1960 - plan thumbnail

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Radar Master. Radio control sport model. Wingspan 2200 mm.

Quote (Google-translated from the German): "Radar Master - Building Instructions.

This large model can be flown with or without remote control. If no remote control is installed, a 3.5 cc motor is sufficient. All single or multi-channel systems available on the market can be installed. In addition, the Radar Master has enough space to accommodate a larger load.

The installation of a certain remote control system was refrained from, as new systems are constantly appearing on the market. In addition, it should be left to the model maker himself to choose the system he wants. In today's remote control systems that are on sale, the necessary installation instructions are usually included.

The Radar Master is easy to transport thanks to its plug-in undercarriage, collapsible wing and individually removable elevator and rudder units. By installing a multi-channel system, rudder elevators and ailerons can be remotely controlled on the Radar Master, and the engine can be throttled will. In addition, all possible tasks can be solved, eg ADVERTISING FLIGHTS BANNER TOWING, FLYING LEAF DROPPING, PARACHUTE DROP, TOWING AIRPICTURES.

These properties make the Radar Master the most beautiful, largest and at the same time the most interesting and universal large-scale model on the market. And now for building the model.

As already mentioned at the beginning, the Radar Master can be equipped with elevator, aileron and rudder. It is up to the model builder how he wants to carry out his Radar Master. The construction instructions describe the construction of the model for a single-channel system, ie only with side control actuation.

In the event that a model builder wants to attach elevators and ailerons, these are marked with a dashed line in the plan and can be clearly seen in the surface section E-E and in the horizontal tail section N-N. For this purpose, the ribs are divided on the dashed lines. In general, however, ailerons are not required. The type and arrangement of the actuation must be left to the skill of the builder and depends on the type of system to be used. However, this should not cause any difficulties.

The entire space from bulkheads 26 to 15 is intended for the installation of a remote control system or for the storage of payloads. Before building the fuselage, the model builder must be very clear about the installation of the remote control parts. Access is made possible with a flap located between bulkhead 8 and 12.

The construction of the fuselage is kept very simple and essentially has a box construction. First, the two fuselage side parts are made..."

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Radar Master (oz13540) by Heinz Siegle from SMB 1960 - model pic

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  • (oz13540)
    Radar Master
    by Heinz Siegle
    from SMB
    1960 
    86in span
    IC R/C Cabin Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/12/2021
    Filesize: 2394KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Doro

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