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Hegi Snoopey 106. Radio control cabin model.
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Kit instructions, in German. 6 pages inc illustration, thanks to Hubert.
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User commentsI built the Snoopey in 1994 as per the plan : wood, OS25 FP, 40 g servos. She weighed 1800 g ready to fly. I rebuilt her in 2012 in depron, with 200 w brushless motor, 2200 Wh 3S LiPo and 9 g servos. She weighs 920 g ready to fly, 27 g/dm². She allows to fly at the speed of a walking man. She is a very good trainer.
Manuel - 28/05/2015
Please find attached the building instructions (in German only, sorry, but showing a nice exploded view) for the HEGI Snoopey, plan id on Outerzone is 6529. It's the advanced trainer my brother's been flying. Great ship, feeling very heavy or saturated, but totally harmless and predictable. A shame that they didn't show an option for ailerons on the plan. That would have made this model timeless.
Hubert - 26/01/2016
I built two of these, one crashed at the first flight because I forgot to glue the outer Bowden cable. I remember that the leading edge was quite complicated to put together, lots of hands and pins. The second one I flew for quite some time and had a lot of fun, easy flying and beautiful landings. Gave her away to build a Telemaster that I still fly.
EdV - 08/01/2018
Hello Mary, hello Steve, I found an old picture of my Hegi-Snoopey [pic 004]. My Snoopey was powered by a 3.5 ccm HB engine with a red cylinder head from Graupner. Many greetings,
Bernhard Dittmann - 15/03/2021
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