Sirocco (oz6077)


Sirocco (oz6077) by Brian Lewis from Mercury - plan thumbnail

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Sirocco. Rubber sport model.

Quote: "Hi Steve, Here's a nice one for you - I just added the Mercury Sirocco to my website, and have traced and drawn up the parts sheets from the kit. Quite a rare kit this, and I'd been looking for one for years... Plan and parts sheets attached, plus a photo of the model and box [model photo & morepics 003]. The model flies really well - trimming was incredibly easy. All the best,"

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Printwood parts.


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Sirocco (oz6077) by Brian Lewis from Mercury - model pic

  • (oz6077)
    by Brian Lewis
    from Mercury
    32in span
    Rubber F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 28/10/2014
    Filesize: 380KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: MikeStuart

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Good morning Steve (well at least for me) Beautiful looking large span model! Some part number confusion. Looking at the wing center (centre) section, the top view calls out parts W-3 (W-1 to T.E. brace) and W-4 (W-1 to front spar/dihedral brace). Then the small view calls out parts W-5. I think the W-5’s and the W-4’s in the other view are the same parts. Then on the parts sheet the gentleman who drew the parts labeled the W-3’s as W-5’s. Thank you so much for all your dedicated work in keeping this portion of our hobby alive.
TomSolinski - 30/10/2014
Hi Steve, W5 and W4 are not the same thing. I drew up what W4 should be and scanned it - here it is [supplement file]... W4 looks like it might be 1/32” plywood.
Jay - 17/12/2014
Here is the structure of my Sirocco [more pics 004]. A nice rubber band model. I use a small electric motor with 2 small servos and 12 A esc, 2 cells 450 mA lipo.
JulienVermeire - 18/02/2019
Hallo, very professional. And the colors beautiful and the combination. He flies very well. Felicitations for a great modelist. Greetings
Erotav - 19/02/2019
Hi - the finished version of my Sirocco [more pics 005]. It flies very well.
JulienVermeire - 13/03/2019
I've just been looking at your website and the Mercury Sirocco. I've attached a couple of pictures for you of mine that I built in 2012 for electric and RC [more pics 006, 007]. Please feel free to use them on your site!
MarkSherloc - 13/05/2019
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