T-45 (oz7227)


T-45 (oz7227) 1973 - plan thumbnail

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Hegi T-45. Radio control sport model. 1300mm wingspan. This model features veneered foam wings.

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Update 19/04/2020: Added instructions (in German) thanks to tiptipflyer.

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T-45 (oz7227) 1973 - model pic

  • (oz7227)
    from Hegi (ref:B-3205)
    51in span
    IC R/C LowWing Trainer Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 23/11/2015
    Filesize: 314KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DerickScott, tiptipflyer
    Downloads: 3766

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T-45 (oz7227) 1973 - pic 005.jpg
T-45 (oz7227) 1973 - pic 006.jpg
T-45 (oz7227) 1973 - pic 007.jpg

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User comments

Hi Mary and Steve, the Hegi T-45 is from 1973... A good looking and flying bird... now it makes an interesting Retro Model for Electic Power... Cheers,
Pascal - 26/11/2015
Hi. I found a photo of a T-45 I build a long time ago [see more pics 004], tempted to draw up the wing and build another.
Jono - 30/11/2015
Added another photo of completed model [more pics 005], thanks to OlafP.
Mary - 15/02/2018
Hi, I found two images on an old HDD which I scanned from paper-photos [006, 007]. I liked the T-45 but had difficulties to place the blue DEAC-battery. So it went into the canopy. ;-) Best regards,
Harald Bendschneider - 17/10/2021
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