Pik As (oz7580)
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Pik As. Radio control sport model. Wingspan 1380 mm.
Quote: "Hello Mary, Steve, here comes the plan for the Pik As by Karl-Heinz Denzin, put on the market in 1973 by Krick. Had one myself from 75 to around 95 when I lost it to a maize field near my flying site. By this time I had cut off one rib at each side of the wing, power supplied a .40 Webra Blackhead which, by the way, was good enough for a sufficiently hot combo. Also attached is a contemporary commercial ad of the Pik-As as well as one of its sister design Tulura-5 [see more pics], which was basically the same plane, but in shoulder wing configuration and missing the classy lines. The link leads to a list of all, at least most of the KHD constructions he did for several companies: http://www.rc-network.de/forum/att... Best regards, Hubert"
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Update 12/02/2020: Added instructions, in German, 4 pages inc materials list, thanks to Markus.
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User commentsHi Mary and Steve. Again a wonderful nice and good flying sport model by the late Mr Karl-Heinz Denzin. Ideal for electric power conversion if build lightly...Cheers
Pascal - 31/03/2016
Photos of his completed model PikAS [pics 006,007], are thanks to MichaelB.
SteveWMD - 06/04/2020
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