Sig Komander Mark II - R/C intermediate trainer for .40 - .50 power. This kit included a foam wing and a pre-formed plastic cowl.
Quote: "The Komander is the grandaddy of SIG's current top of intermediate level RC trainers (the others being the Kavalier and the Mid-Star). All three airplanes are designed for those who want a second RC model that is more aerobatic than their priimary trainer, yet is still stable enough for them to handle. Most often mentioned by Komander enthusiasts are the plane's large size, honest and forgiving flying characteristics, and its rugged construction. The big semi-symmetrical foam-core wing has the precise amount of wingtip washout to provide superior stability and control on landing approach. As an intermediate trainer or a rugged sport flier, the Komander has a lot to offer!"
Hello, I was given your site as a location to submit plans for a Sig Komander. Please see attached. Dave Zotzman
Note: This kit plan is (to say the least) short of detail for scratchbuilders. It is an assembly drawing that came along with a box full of kit parts. Without the parts to hand, the drawing is ...sketchy. Does anyone have more details/drawings they can add, that would make scratchbuilding this model more viable? [Edit: we now have the kit intructions thanks to rcav8tr2, also faux plan thanks to JeffGreen]
Note: Model photo (boxart pic) was found online at the excellent Wells' R/C Airplanes blog site http://wellsradiocontrol.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/sig-komander.html ...which includes lots more useful background on the Komander design.
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Update 29/08/2017: added Building & Flying Instructions, thanks to rcav8tr2.
Update 13/12/2017: replaced Building & Flying Instructions with the correct version, thanks to Jay. Previous version was actually for the Komander MkI.
Update 15/08/2018: Added 'Faux' plan drawing, thanks to JeffGreen:
Quote: "Hello, I created this PDF for the Sig Komander oz9124. Please note that the wood sizes and all the other details that I have omitted are all shown in the PDF's of the original kit plans & instructions, along with the photos that I used to base my dimensions on. So please plan accordingly, this is just what I came up with to help anyone who wants to scratch build the model. I should have something for a built up wing soon."
Update 14/09/2018: Replaced Faux plan file with revised version (v3), thanks to JeffGreen.
Building & Flying Instructions (37 pages, includes some template drawings).
Faux plan, shows fuselage layout and bulkheads.
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