Victory (oz425)


Victory (oz425) by Dick Korda from Scientific 1939 - plan thumbnail

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Korda Victory. Free flight rubber duration model. 1939 plan by Scientific.

Update 29/05/2012: thanks to RogerC for re-scaling this plan to the correct wingspan of 32in.


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Victory (oz425) by Dick Korda from Scientific 1939 - model pic


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I found a few pictures of my Korda Victory [more pic s004, 005]. This one is a great flyer.
WalterK - 12/02/2018
Here's my Korda Victory built in 2018. It is rubber powered freeflight with R/C assist using a sub-micro Rx/servo module (70 mAh LiPo) on rudder only to steer away from the trees during the glide. It is covered with "traditional" Japanese tissue and nitrate dope. The first photo [main pic] shows an 8" prop (green). This was replaced with a 10" prop (white) as seen in the flying photo [pic 007]. In the flying photo, taken during the glide, notice the slack (un-braided) rubber motor (4 strands of 1/4") laying in the bottom of the fuselage.
Video here:
ChrisMoes - 26/10/2020
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