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Rasant. Radio control sport model.
Quote: "Hello Steve, Please find in attach the plan and building instructions for a true classic race plane: The Robbe Rasant. The wingplan is for the classic straight wing, but there were also other versions: Speed and TF. Both of these were swept wings. Profile NACA 2412 on the root and NACA 0008 on the tip. In attach: The plan. A scan of the catalog page. Instructions to build the Rasant (English). The build instructions of the ARF version (from a much later date). The DXF files are my own drawings of the Rasant Speed wing (I'm currently scratch building one) ...kind regards, Dries"
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Catalogue page (Robbe 1983).
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User commentsHi Mary and Steve, this model is from 1975... The Rasant and a little latter the Rasant Speed was a Hell of an Aircraft. Flying speed was around 200-250km/h... Cheers
Pascal - 22/10/2015
Hi Steve and Mary, Some additional pictures for the Robbe Rasant [more pics 003-005]. Mine has a foam cutted wing, sheeted with 1 mm balsa. Electro setup with a SK3 3536 1400 kv with 7x9 prop on 2500 4S. Ballistic performance and flies like a knife.
DriesNeyrinck - 16/05/2016
Hello Outerzone Team, Here are a few pictures [more pics 006-012] of both my Robbe Rasant's. Original version with OS Max 25F SR Engine (1984) and the new Robbe E-Version with AXI 2820/10V2 4S/3300 (2019). Both models were built by myself, but there are almost 35 years in between ;-)
In addition, there is also a picture/scan of the Rasant page from the original Robbe 1983 Catalog [main model pic].
Greetings from Switzerland, René
RenéWalther - 12/01/2020
Enclosed a picture of my Robbe Rasant [pic 014].
Marc Holzhauer - 09/12/2020
Hi Steve and Mary, sending you pictures of my latest project - the Rasant of Robbe Germany [015, 016]. Building all balsa and wings in foam covered in balsa and add landing gear for runway take off and landings. Powered for a .25 Thunder Tiger Pro engine and Taranis radio control. I hope like this beautiful plane, and enjoy your easy flight and speed. Greetings from Bogotá, Colombia,
Carlos Bolanos - 23/03/2021
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- Rasant (oz7138)
- Plan File Filesize: 799KB Filename: Rasant_Robbe_oz7138.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 1674KB Filename: Rasant_Robbe_oz7138_catalog_page.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 3411KB Filename: Rasant_Robbe_oz7138_instructions.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 778KB Filename: Rasant_Robbe_oz7138_instructions_ARF.pdf
- CAD Zip Filesize: 33KB Filename: Rasant_Robbe_oz7138_cad.zip
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