Lanzo Bomber (oz14818)


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Lanzo Bomber. Radio control sport model, for electric power.

The original Lanzo Bomber (oz6799) first appeared in 1938. This here is a later re-drawn plan, for electric power.

Quote: "A Leisure Electronics kit. Designed by Chet Lanzo. Modified by Roland Boucher, 1980."

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Scanned from a full size plan. 600 dpi.

Quote (from box art) : "The 1938 Bomber, Chert Lanzo's classic design remains the choice of champions for almost 50 years.

The Leisure Lanzo Bomber is a scaled down version of this famous plane modified especially for '05' electric power.

A geared Leisure 05 stock motor provides a solid 5 minutes of climb power turning a REV-UP 10x6 prop. By using simple on-off switching the Bomber's good thermalling capability will provide you with flights of up to 15 minutes!"


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Lanzo Bomber (oz14818) by Roland Boucher 1980 - model pic

  • (oz14818)
    Lanzo Bomber
    by Roland Boucher
    from Leisure Electronics (ref:702)
    70in span
    Electric R/C Pylon Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 07/09/2023
    Filesize: 1237KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow
    Downloads: 432

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