Bucker Jungmann (oz13846)


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Bucker Jungmann. Radio control giant scale model biplane. Wingspan 83 in, wing area 1780 sq in, for 10 to 30 cc engines.

Quote: "The Bucker Jungmann is famous German Sports biplane. This 7 foot wing span model is 1/3.5 full scale that designed for 10 cc to 30 cc engine. Really scale downed model can be easily build by snap lock construction and precisely formed plastic parts. Kit features all necessary hardware and authentic scale details."

Note plan shows both Lycoming-powered and Hirth-powered versions, with different cowlings.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Quote: "Hi there, I'd like to sumit a plan, it's in the wanted plans for a long time. Congratulation for the web site. Gustavo Delazaro, From Brazil"

Note photo of completed model [main pic] was found online at: https://www.modelflying.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/42134-engine-advice/ and shows pic by Antony Redding.

Supplementary file notes

Formers, hand traced, 5 pages.


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Bucker Jungmann (oz13846) by Y Matsumoto - model pic

  • (oz13846)
    Bucker Jungmann
    by Y Matsumoto
    from OK Model Pilot
    83in span
    Scale IC R/C Biplane Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/05/2022
    Filesize: 3315KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Gustavo Delazaro
    Downloads: 1508

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User comments

Checked formers file and there seems to be one rib missing for wings. The wing ribs are also not numbered as this makes it a guessing game. If somebody has the wing former rib numbering ex W1 or W2 etc. Could they add it please. Has anyone built this plane and is there a build log or something to read up on.
andre swanepoel - 13/01/2023
There is a very good build log on RCSCALEBUILDER.COM. You need to join it to have access. But it is worth it, if you like scale-models.
I am looking for the "construction guide" and engine hood (Hirth version).
Walter - 23/10/2023
If someone has found a source of a cowling for the Hirth-Motor, please let me know, as I am interested in this part, too.
Helmut - 17/03/2024
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