Ciclone (oz6926)


Ciclone (oz6926) by Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia - plan thumbnail

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Hi Steve, Here is the plan from a very good profile trainer made in kit by Hobbylandia some years ago. Its the 'Ciclone' focused on engines from 15 to 25 range. This a a profile plane using symetrical airfoil wing, having a wingspan of almost 80 cm (795 mm). This was also a project from the late Mr Shigemi Morimoto and release as a kit in his own bussiness, the Hobbylandia model company from Rio de Janeiro. The plane serves as well as a basic trainer and also as an aerobatic trainer too, in case with engines from .19 and above. This plan was also traced by our competent pilot, builder and friend Sergio A Daeuble using a vintage unbuilt kit as a guide
Below are going some pics from the model and also an page from a early magazine ad that cointains both the 'Ciclone' and the 'Satelite' ones ...Regards, Carlo"

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Ciclone (oz6926) by Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia - model pic

  • (oz6926)
    by Shigemi Morimoto
    from Hobbylandia
    32in span
    IC C/L Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/07/2015
    Filesize: 132KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: Carlo

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