Blue Angel Jr (oz5818)


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Blue Angel Jr. RC pattern plane for .40 engines. Wingspan 1390 mm.

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Blue Angel Jr (oz5818) by M Kato - model pic

  • (oz5818)
    Blue Angel Jr
    by M Kato
    from MK
    55in span
    IC R/C LowWing Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 30/08/2014
    Filesize: 299KB
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    Credit*: sdad46
    Downloads: 3550

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My last RC model, circa 1981, was an OS Max 40 FSR powered MK Blue Angle Junior kit [main pic, 004-007]. This was covered with Sig Coverite (wings and tailplane) and lightweight glass cloth and K&B finishing resin on the fuselage and fin. The model was finished with K&B Super Poxy. The Sig Coverite was very nice to use and finish and has remained tight to this day having been variously stored in an eaves cupboard and the loft, far from ideal conditions. I moulded my own cockpit from a translucent blue celluloid rather than use the clear one in the kit and added some cockpit detail such as part of an ejector seat. I adopted an entirely different colour scheme for the underneath to aid visual orientation in flight. I incorporated flaps and spoilers to aid landing (a modification of those fitted to Hanno Prettner?s Curare design). I recall the model being fast (for me) and a bit twitchy in roll. Back then my radio transmitter had neither dual rate nor exponential functionality. After initial testing flights I didn?t get around to properly trimming the model but having retired and returned to the hobby I might just do so. I have to say the model is very elegant compared to many pattern aircraft of the time. Kind regards,
Keith Cherrington - 14/06/2022
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