Wind Puff (oz5920)

 

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Svenson Wind Puff - Radio control sport pusher model for .40 to .60 power.

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The wing must be lifted 18mm on the trailing edge otherwise he will not fly... Re-designing the fuselage is therefore needed. [see more pics 004,005] Super Tigre 45 the exhaust is turnable
Wilfried - 10/09/2015
Hello Steve and Mary, Included a pic of my electro Wind Puff [more pics 006]. She has a SK3 3548 kv 840 motor, a 60A ESC, 4S 4000 mAh LiPo and a 11x7 prop.
DriesNeyrinck - 05/08/2016
The pilot is fantastic! Does he have a name?!
Mary - 08/08/2016
The pilot puppet was included in the kit in those days. And it even has a name "Popoff". The model was originally released in 1975 making it a true classic nowadays!
DriesNeyrinck - 08/08/2016
The Wind Puff was converted into an electric pusher [more pics 007-011]. I made a wider fuselage for the battery. The landing gear struts were made of bent spring steel. Sadly after only 2(!) take-offs it has turned out that the whole construction is heavier, and it won't fly well if I decide to change some parts. The fuselage was thrown away, the wing is now a decoration in my workshop.
Krisztian_Halmai - 28/01/2019
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