Mig 15 - Profile control line stunt model. Originally kitted in 1964, this is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.
Quote: "Hi Steve. Here we have plan and some pics from 'MIG 15' kitted by MOBRAL (stands for Modelismo do Brasil) on 60s and 70s. Mobral closed the doors in the 80s. The original Mig15 was designed by Mr Asao Takeno in 60s. It was a compact profile combat/stunt/sport model that flies very well. The model was designed for .25 to .35 engines range. It was a very popular design in Brasil some years ago, and suits very well the great Fox 35. This CAD version was designed by Eng. Sergio A Daeuble. This version have improved aerodynamics (airfoil) to improve turning and stability in flight, all the external tracing are mantained from original design. The silver one on the last pic belongs to Mr Beto Castrucci from SP powered by a K&B 40. Regards, Carlo"
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Update 05/05/2017: Replaced this plan with a new revision, thanks to Carlo.
Quote: - "Dear Steve, here we have the plan of Mig 15 from Mobral this time traced by Sergio Daeuble using the original wing profiles from the time. The first version that you have in the files was traced using thicker airfoil to improve turning agility and aerobtic performance at a cost of a bit slower flying speed This new version is oriented for Combat type flying and recommended for those whom preference is for a more fast and more aggressive flying type. Thanks again for Sergio Daeuble and for you Steve ...Regards, Carlo"
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