Fan oz5190


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Fan - completed model photo

Submitted to Outerzone: 24/12/2013
Outerzone planID: oz5190 | Filesize: 675KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Walter


About this Plan

Hegi Fan - Revell Hegi-Modell B-3202 Fan. Radio control sport model.

Quote: "Fan is characteristed by its simple, robust structure and by its excellent aerodynamic behaviour. As a monoplane'Fan' may be flown satisfactorily with vertical and horizontal rudder. Fully fitted with al the rudders, 'Fan' can be made into an exciting aerobatic model which has plenty of power reserve with a 3.5cc motor.

For constructing the model the usual tools are required such as a balsa knife, fret saw, pins, grinding block with various emery papers in coarse and fine grain, try square, pliers..."

Quote: "Hi Steve, I saw someone is searching the plan of Fan (Hegi). The manual is regrettably only in German. Here it is, I hope it helps. Best regards,"

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 12/07/2018: added instructions in English, also scan of decals, thanks to Colin Baxter.

Supplementary files

Instructions: German & English versions.


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oz5190 datafile

from Hegi
43in span
Tags: IC R/C
all formers complete :)



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User comments

I have acquired an unmade example, and so here is the build manual in English [suppl. file]. And here is a scan of the decals included - they have discoloured a little with age, but I'm sure that anyone who may need to use them will be able to correct the colours [suppl. file]. As ever, keep up the good work!!!!
ColinBaxter - 12/07/2018
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