Jersey Javelin oz3298


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Jersey Javelin - Scaled-down version at 23in wingspan for CO2.

Miniature CO2 version of a classic oldtimer. The original Jersey Javelin (oz9487) was by Walt Schroder in 1941 at 46in span and was kitted by Consolidated Models.


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oz3298 datafile

Jersey Javelin  
by Unknown
23in span
Tags: CO2 F/F
all formers complete :)



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User comments

I have already started my next project (again thanks to your website), a version of the Jersey Javelin. A tricky one but I am getting there [more pics 003]. Hope to get the wings done tonight so that I can figure out battery access. BTW - Please keep up the good work this is an amazing resource.
AnthonyRoberts - 10/09/2017
This is my RC conversion of the CO2 Jersey Javelin on your site [more pics 004, 005]. Now ready for covering. I scaled this from the original 23" to 32". Prop size is 7 by 4.5. Rudder and elevator control. Brushless outrunner and 7.4v. 900mAh, 2 cell lipo for power.
AnthonyRoberts - 05/10/2017
Dear All, here is the finished model [more pics 006, 007].
AnthonyRoberts - 10/10/2017
I built the original Javelin and found it a really rewarding plane albeit a little twitchy. The winter recess has been a great opportunity to revisit, and aside from a new colour scheme I have reworked the tailplane and stabiliser to give more predictable results [more pics 008, 009]. I have also switched motors for a better JP enerG (c28-08) unit.
AnthonyRoberts - 04/02/2019
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