Jungmeister 133 (oz5339)


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Bucker Bu133 Jungmeister. Radio control scale biplane for .60 power.

Quote: "Hi Steve; I scratch built a Bucker Bu133 Jungmeister from PICA plans after the company went dark. I borrowed the plans from a friend but unfortunately they had been cut up. The plane flies great and is more than 5 years old. Years ago I found a TIFF file of the Bucker on the internet, once posted by Georgia Combat, but that link is now gone. Attached are PDF files created from the tiffs using Hogal's tutorial. Hopefully I have scaled them right as this is my first try at it. This is a good scratch build for an experienced modeller, and it fits in a station wagon without removing the wings. Enjoy."

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Update 26/02/2014: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy at 300 dpi thanks to dfritzke.

Update 01/05/2020: Added kit review from MAN August 1981, thanks to RFJ.

Supplementary file notes

Alternate version of the same plan, for easier printing. This is the same scan, but spread over 4x sheets, each one sized approx 26in x 39in. You will need to assemble and tape the first 2 sheets together, after printing.


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Jungmeister 133 (oz5339) by Morten Tanger - model pic

  • (oz5339)
    Jungmeister 133
    by Morten Tanger
    from Pica
    60in span
    Scale IC R/C Biplane Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 12/02/2014
    Filesize: 1356KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: mjb, dfritzke
    Downloads: 6350

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User comments

Fiberglass Specialities do a Cowl and 'fenders' at 1/4 scale, though the plan scales out at 1/4.33 scale.
Marty - 09/03/2014
The Fiberglass Specialties cowl for this Jungmeister is their 1/5 scale cowl, part no. DP 5.
mjb - 11/03/2014
Here are some pictures of my Pica Jungmeister built from plans and finished after Dave Platt's model in RCM [more pics 003-006]. It's now 10 years old and still flying.
mjb - 05/04/2018
Is It Possible To Buy A Wing Kit For Pica Jungmeister
Ray - 04/07/2021
Bonsoir. I have a Bucker 133 from Svenson I would like to know the travel elevator and aileron direction feelings the best bucker scale 1.4 merci d avance
LAMBERT alain - 23/01/2024
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  • Plan File Filesize: 1356KB Filename: Jungmeister_133_oz5339.pdf
  • Supplement Filesize: 948KB Filename: Jungmeister_133_oz5339_alternate_4_sheets.pdf
  • Supplement Filesize: 3811KB Filename: Jungmeister_133_oz5339_review.pdf
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