ASK 14 (oz14770)


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ASK 14. Radio control scale motor glider model. Wingspan 2300 mm, for 2.5 cc engines.

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Quote (google-translated from the German): "Foreword: The wingspan of the model is approx 2300 mm. The reduction scale to the original is about 1:6 and should only be taken as an approximation.

In order to achieve optimal flight characteristics and for practical reasons, some changes have been made compared to the large prototype. It has been shown during testing of the prototype models that greater ground clearance on the underside of the wing significantly reduces the risk of breakage when landing on uneven terrain. That is why the wing connection is higher than the original. The pendulum tailplane is also higher up for the same reason.

Also in other details, such as the engine arrangement, canopy, landing wheel, etc, there are deviations that were necessary with regard to the design and production of the model.

The model can be built with or without ailerons. Without ailerons, the V-shape needs to be increased to 6° (see section: The wing). With the aileron model and the more powerful OS MAX III 15 engine, most aerobatic maneuvers can be flown. Divisible aileron connections for the wing are provided for better assembly and disassembly. For the model without ailerons, the OS MAX 10 engine is sufficient. This version can also be used to fly simple aerobatic maneuvers, such as upward loops, etc.

The tailplane is designed as a pendulum rudder, is rotatable and is moved by an angle lever.

General: The construction time is greatly reduced by the following parts: the fiberglass-plastic fuselage with vertical fin in high-quality fiberglass technology, the two balsa-sheeted wing halves, tailplane halves and the balsa-sheeted rudder.

The glass fiber plastic fuselage in epoxy design is very elastic, impact-resistant and dimensioned in such a way that it can withstand rough flight operations without damage.

Only UHU-plus 'Endfest 300' or another equivalent epoxy adhesive is suitable for gluing on and in the hull..."

Supplementary file notes

Alternative canopy method note.
Instructions (in German).


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ASK 14 (oz14770) 1972 - model pic

  • (oz14770)
    ASK 14
    from Graupner (ref:4237)
    90in span
    Scale Glider R/C Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 27/07/2023
    Filesize: 821KB
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    Credit*: TorstenMeins
    Downloads: 829

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Hello Mary and Steve, I am sending here some photos of my restored ASK14 from Graupner [main pic, 009-012]. I received the model in bad condition, very oily and heavily coated with paint. It was a lot to do but it was worth it.
The opening of the methanol engine was sealed with epoxy and an electric motor with 3S-Lipo was installed.
Original servos and aileron steering were also installed. And of course catalog-finish....;o))
For me one of the prettiest models from Graupner.
A video of the "second" maiden flight on a very windy day can be seen here: Best greeting from Germany, Oliver
Oliver - 27/09/2023
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