Mini Bird (oz4565)


Mini Bird (oz4565) from Royal Marutaka - plan thumbnail

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Mini Bird. Radio control sport model.

Quote: "Mini bird is sort like a mini ugly stick fr 2 channels and a Cox 049 eng"


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Mini Bird (oz4565) from Royal Marutaka - model pic


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I am very grateful to OUTERZONE. Thanks to this site you can put to work and build models giving great initiative, inventiveness and creativity. I'm sending photos of the Mini Bird [more pics 004-006]. Also I leave these links where you can see these models in action !!, hope will be to your liking. Construction: Flight:
Mauricio - 01/07/2016
Hi, I have three images of the Mini Bird from Royal Marutaka [more pics 007-009]. I made some minor modifications to the control surfaces and added a cockpit. The plane is electric and has a flying weight of 450 gram. Thank you for your service, from the other side of the world - Tasmania, Australia.
ManfredWeihrauch - 04/07/2017
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