Spassvogel (oz7457)


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About this Plan

Spassvogel. Free flight glider model, with option for simple RC.

Quote: "Hello Steve, with this Email I send you the plan for a small HEGI soarer which my father bought in the early 70ies. Span is 1290 mm and it was marketed primarily as a F/F model with an option for 1 axis R/C. We did a lot of happy slope soaring with it, equipped with 2 small servos. It proofed to be a somewhat ideal combination of size and weight. On the plan the International instructions are missing. They jumped out 40 years ago when the plan was cut for building the model. As a little compensation I could add the original decals (see lower center of plan) ...Thanks again for hosting these plans and books. Regards,"

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Decal scan, in colour.


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Spassvogel (oz7457) - model pic

  • (oz7457)
    from Hegi (ref:425)
    51in span
    Glider F/F R/C Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 02/02/2016
    Filesize: 743KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Hubert
    Downloads: 2695

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Hi Steve and Mary, here is a picture of my Hegi Spassvogel (oz7457) [model photo]. The model was build from scratch about seven years ago. Most of the time I fly it with a powerpod and a homebuild reeds radio. About once a year I use a high-start. A nice little glider, well worth building it.
tiptipflyer - 12/05/2020
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