Junkers Ju-87B2 Stuka - Radio control scale model, for 4/5 channels and 60 sized engines.
Update 27/03/2014: Have now replaced this plan with an astonishingly detailed re-drawn version, thanks to RamsesdeLooff. This very nicely fixes the problem of the previously missing ribs and formers. This plan is 166cm wingspan, the same as the original kit.
Quote: "Hi Steve, Maybe I've got an addition for your very nice website. I've downloaded this plan from your website, but as stated there it is not complete. There are no wing or fuselage formers on this original Royal/Marutaka plans. I've completed the original plans with the missing formers and added more info to the plans. There are now three sheets instead of two. The last sheet contains formers etc. The only thing is that I reduced the scale to approximately 1/10,5. When someone likes to build the Stuka in the original Royal/Marutaka scale, one has to blow up 'my' plans a bit. Best regards,"
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Note: To avoid confusion: Ramses redrew the plan at 132cm span and used that plan to build his model. The plan you see here has now been re-scaled back up to fullsize at the original 166cm span.
2 more alternate versions of the same plan. Item 1: Same plan but at smaller scale by Ramses, at 132cm wingspan or approx 1/10.5 scale. Item 2: Scan of original kit plan by hlsat (no formers).
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