DeHavilland Tiger Moth (oz5901)


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DeHavilland Tiger Moth - Scale model biplane for RC and .60 to .90 size engines. Wing area 2247 sq in. Scale is 1/4.

Update 14/09/2014: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, shows full fuselage.


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Hi Steve, what a nice plan of the famous Tiggie by Japanese Ace Designer Y.Matsumoto. It is a pity that this kit is no longer available. Trauriges Smiley Weinendes Smiley. Best regards,
Pascal - 14/09/2014
The model flies superbly on a 30 cc petrol having moved the firewall back 50mm to take the Pitts style silencer and carb through firewall. Very docile and has great scale presence in the air. I have a video to illustrate this on YouTube.
Barry Lewis - 16/04/2019
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