QB Slope-16 (oz3000)
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QB Slope-16. Radio control aerobatic slope glider. 3 channel RC.
Quote (review): "As expected from a Pilot kit, the model is easily and accurately made, but the limited instructions mean that some previous experience is required. The result, though not necessarily a first aileron model, will make a good introduction to slope aerobatics, provide hours of summer fun and remain aloft when many others are grounded"
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Added 2nd sheet showing formers and build instructions, text and pics. As posted on HPA by fanero.
Update 26/11/2018: Added kit review from R/C Model World, September 1984, thanks to RFJ.
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Build instructions, with formers.
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User commentsThe model picture used on here is from this thread on RCGroups - http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1572963 which has a few nice photos on there - a 1979 used model was for sale.
SteveWMD - 03/06/2012
Thanks to razegelin again, have added a couple of nice extra photos [more pics 004, 005] from the original box art for this model.
SteveWMD - 04/06/2012
Appended, you will find a picture of my QB-16 built in the 80ies. It was a great slope flyer. The only weak spot was the fuselage just behind the wing. After too many repairs the fuselage was gone. But the wing and the horizontal tail were reused on a new custom fuselage built using foam, fiberglass and a fishing rod. [More pics 007, 008]
Juerg - 05/09/2017
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