Barnstormer 25L (oz4365)
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Barnstormer 25L. Radio control sports model.
Quote: "Hello Steve. Here I am plans for Outerzone. Barnstormer 25L from RPM. Wingspan 51 inch, Length 37-1/2 inch, Engine 20-25. Greetings,"
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User commentsHi, Steve. Back in 1986, I built one of these from the kit and powered it with an OS .25FSR. The kit quality was typical of the Japanese kits of the time, i.e., phenomenal, with excellent wood and crisp die-cut pieces. Mine was a complete can of worms on the ground, and the lack of a steerable tailwheel only made matters worse. Once in the air, it was a very lively performer, but I had my hands full when it was on the ground, even on grass runways. I would suggest moving the main landing gear back, so that it's barely forward of the wing's leading edge, and incorporating a steerable tailwheel. Apart from these improvements, I wouldn't change a thing. It's just a great small-field model. Regards,
Moeregaard - 23/12/2013
Noticed there wasn't a pic for the RPM Barnstormer. Here are some ooold pics of the one I built in the mid '80s [more pics 003, 004]. Absolutely one of the best flying machines I've ever had the pleasure to fly. I will be building one for floats soon!
MikeB - 31/08/2016
Hi Steve, Great website, thanks! Here are a couple of pictures of my 25L [model pic and 005, 006]. I built it from a kit about 10 years ago. It was an excellent kit and fun to build. It is also a great flying 4 channel model.
DavidLHammond - 11/12/2019
Hello, what dimensions should that plane have for an OS 10 engine?
Diego - 11/04/2020
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