Zoomer (oz1636)


Zoomer (oz1636) by Leon Shulman  - plan thumbnail

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Zoomer. (Zoomer RC). Radio control sport model.

Leon Shulman plan, this seems to be an enlarged Banshee (from 50 to 60in). French language plan, with metric wood sizes shown. The original was FF, this here is a later version, with 3 channel RC shown.


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Zoomer (oz1636) by Leon Shulman  - model pic


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Zoomer (oz1636) by Leon Shulman  - pic 007.jpg
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Zoomer (oz1636) by Leon Shulman  - pic 009.jpg

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User comments

Pictures of the RC Zoomer built and flown by my friend Gino Cavezzale at the May 2007 meeting of 4A in Persant-Beaumont [main pic, 003,004]. He had asked me to help start the engine and hand launch the model. A great flier, it is powered with a PAW 29 RC engine and uses a 3-channel radio.
JeanMariePiednoir - 12/06/2020
Pics of my Zoomer RC assist model [main pic, 007].
Ray Jacobelli - 09/12/2020
Two new pictures of ZOOMER frame work [008, 009]. Happy New Year 2021! Best Regards,
Ray Jacobelli - 05/01/2021
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