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Dani. Free flight sport glider.
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User commentsHi Mary and Steve - I've seen you don't have a photo of the Modelhob Dani, so here is one [model photo & more pics 003]. With a fragile and difficult to build structure, this was not a model intended for the novice. A great flier if well trimmed, the model had a reputation for breaking if you stared at it for too long! Cheers
alcalaino - 24/08/2016
The center of gravity is in the wrong position. It should be moved back about 60-70% of the wing chord. I recommend using hard wood for main spares, otherwise the wing will break very easily. A very interesting and beautiful model, but unsuitable for beginners.
anon - 12/11/2016
Looks like a knock off of a Super Condor? (same plan form and vert stab, different airfoil, minor changes to fuse, different wing structure).
LincolnRoss - 18/11/2016
Please find attached a pic consisting of Modelhob's 1976 and 1979 catalogue entries for the glider Dani, Plan ID 6609 [more pics 004]. Hope you find them interesting.
alcalaino - 02/01/2018
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