MH 1521 Broussard (oz15150)


MH 1521 Broussard (oz15150) by Jean Doyen 1990 - plan thumbnail

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MH 1521 Broussard. Radio control scale model. Wingspan 1.97m, for 10 cc engine. Scale is 1/7.

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Quote: "Hello Mary, hello Steve, Here is part 2 of the MH 1521 saga. In the December 1990 issue of Modèle Réduite d'Avion (MRA) two plans were published of the same airplane: Max Holste MH 1521. The first one is covered as oz15038. As for the second one: Link to the original French article:
An English translation is attached. Also some documentation was given:

The article shows the plan at reduced view and incomplete. Formers and stabilizers are missing. From this article the plan was taken and enlarged to 78" wingspan using the 95mm wheel as reference. The staple scar can still be seen in the wheel. Another obstacle is the fibreglass cowl that could be obtained from a french modelshop (still exists). This cowl is not pretty and doesn't do the model justice. A built-up cowl as well as the stabilizer(s) outlines are being provided in a SVG file. For a more authentic look use a spinner that doesn't cover the propeller hub and shorten the tailwheel.

Though incomplete, I hope there's enough for publication.
Greetings from the Netherlands, H.J. van Tol"

Update 8/3/2024: Added tail parts svg zipfile, thanks to HansVanTol.

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MH 1521 Broussard (oz15150) by Jean Doyen 1990 - model pic

  • (oz15150)
    MH 1521 Broussard
    by Jean Doyen
    from MRA
    December 1990 
    78in span
    Scale IC R/C Cabin
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 28/02/2024
    Filesize: 558KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: HansVanTol
    Downloads: 608

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And what about stabilizer and fins?
Rui Fonseca - 07/03/2024
Looks like the tail surfaces didn't appear in the original article (follow the link, to read it). Since this plan is a simple enlargement of that article ...they don't appear here in this plan, too. Feel free to knock up a drawing for us all, though :)
SteveWMD - 07/03/2024
This Froggy maid-of-all-service is a pain in the ar..., I mean tailwheel! I believe the article in the link "3" in the About section is missing part "1". We have 2, we have 3, and logically we should have 1. Also, the first sentence in the article feels a bit out on a limb, suggesting there might be something more before that. I'd like to ask that two-legged encyclopedia by the name of Pit (Pittopedia?) to see if he can locate MRA Nov.1990 and check if there's anything related. Otherwise, I don't see much chance. However, fear not!
While digging for this I happened upon two other French magazine plans - Modele Mag (108in) and Fly (40in). They have tails all right, but both are contaminated with that dreadful disease, Split Printosis!
I could load those two up, but please have someone else volunteer to sew the parts up together as my religion bans me from touching split plans, yuck :))
In any case the OZ already has 3 other plans of the Bro, so there's no lack thereof.
Miguel - 08/03/2024
Hi, Mary and Steve,
As the community is eager to complete this model I hereby send the outline of fitting stabilizer and fins. As an airplane it is now complete, as a model it still needs a construction.
Hope this helps. Greetings from the Netherlands,
HJ van Tol - 08/03/2024
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