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Svenson Prima. Radio control trainer model.
Quote: "Hi Steve, the PRIMA of SVENSON is a good aileron trainer. I fly it with a OS 4 cc FSR ABC. That is a powerful engine that all figures admits. In the 80s, it was seen in every club."
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Update 09/04/2021: Added new version of the parts list file, thanks to Neils.
Quote: "Hi Steve. Part list does not correspond to the drawing. I have made a new corrected document. It's not 100%, but its more correct and better than the existing one on web page for the Prima. BR Niels"
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User commentsThe great photos of the completed model are thanks to Julian Vermeire [more pics 003-005].
Mary - 06/01/2019
I built my own "Prima" a couple of years ago. It was my first engine-trainer :) Please let me show some pics [more pics 006-010].
Krisztian_Halmai - 06/01/2019
I'm glad you have this PRIMA built. Very good airplane, and cheap. A real Belgian Svenson, drawn by Leon Jansens the CO of Svenson.
Julien Vermeire - 07/01/2019
Hello, Thank you for your site which makes happy many modelers. Here is my PRIMA from Svenson [pic 011]. Electric version. Weight in flight 1400 grams with a 3s Lipo of 5200 mAh 50C. 1100kV 540w Dualsky ECO 2820C v2 brushless, 60A Dualsky XC60 18BA V2 ESC. Propeller 10x7. 4 Hitec HS 225BB servos. Wing loading of 45g / dm2. Cordially,
Stephane - 01/10/2020
Nice, a PRIMA with electric motor,My building plan is given a second life.I still fly it original with the OS 4cc FSR abc engine.no nicer than the smell of the fuel, and the sound of the engine when flying.
for my gliders and helicopters, an electric motor is better than a fuel motor, and therefore use electric motors for these.
but for my Svenson oldtimers I use fuel engines to keep it original.
but still a great challenge for you, with your electric PRIMA.
with a full tank of fuel, the PRIMA flies for over 30 minutes.
one 30 min flight makes my day.
my PRIMA is over 40 years old, and still looks good,
here my website http://users.skynet.be/fa046192/
I hope you enjoy your PRIMA.
julien vermeire - 03/10/2020
Hi, I also have a almost 45 year old Prima, that my father and uncle started to build. I finished it, and has been flying with it for 20years, powered by a OS 35FP (+25years old) motor. I have started a NEW Prima to be electric powered. Please write to me if you have similar projects. BR Niels from Denmark
Niels Eriksen - 23/07/2021
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- Prima (oz7076)
- Plan File Filesize: 438KB Filename: Prima_Svenson_oz7076.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 1984KB Filename: Prima_Svenson_oz7076_flyer.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 56KB Filename: Prima_Svenson_oz7076_logo.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 2979KB Filename: Prima_Svenson_oz7076_manual.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 282KB Filename: Prima_Svenson_oz7076_parts_list_.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 271KB Filename: Prima_Svenson_oz7076_parts_list_previous.pdf
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