Tiger 20 (oz6957)

 

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Tiger 20. Radio control sport model.

Quote: "Hi Steve, here I have a drawing of a 'Tiger 20'. I think that it comes from the 70s. Superb kit with good flying aircraft. Regards"

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Tiger 20 (oz6957) by M Kato - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz6957)
    Tiger 20
    by M Kato
    from MK
    49in span
    IC R/C Cabin Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 10/08/2015
    Filesize: 607KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DirkWijns
    Downloads: 2556

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The Tiger 20 was my first gas engine powered plane in 1980 with a 25 OS Max. It was a great Trainer and taught me very well. I came across an old kit recently and rebuilt it with a 25 OS Max engine which has an electric outrunner behind it fueled by a 3S1P 3.200 mAh Lipo. It's still an excellent flying plane and with the CG a bit aft very manouverable yet predictable. It's much more fun the the typical Taxis and Charters that were common in Germany in those years. I can highly recommend it for anyone who seeks for a great looking and flying compact plane. Greetings from Germany.
Oliver - 19/11/2015
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