Puma III (oz5541)
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Scen Puma III, aka Robbe Puma II. Radio control sport model.
Hi Steve, This is the plan of the Robbe Puma 2 - low wing version. It was a very nice and popular low wing trainer in the late seventies and onwards. Flies really nice on a .40 two stroke. Later it was also kitted by a firm called Scen and called the Puma 3. The wingplan for the low-wing version is the same as the high wing version. Also included is a pdf with the outline of the different ribs. I'm still searching a plan for the Robbe Charter 1 trainer. Perhaps some other user of the outerzone could help me with it ? Kind regards,"
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Update 16/10/2015: Added build instructions (in German); exploded views of the wing & fuselage construction (for low wing & high wing versions); and decals, thanks to Dries
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Build instructions (in German). Exploded views of the wing & fuselage construction. Decals.
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- Puma III (oz5541)
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- Supplement Filesize: 369KB Filename: Puma_III_oz5541_decals.pdf
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- Supplement Filesize: 4027KB Filename: Puma_III_oz5541_instructions.pdf
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