Sukhoi Su-26 (oz9358)
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Sukhoi SU-26. Radio control sport/scale aerobatic model. Wingspan 1 metre.
Quote: "When I first read about the Russian MDS engines in the model magazines, I decided to get one and construct a small Su-26 for it. I wanted to build a Russian aeroplane with a Russian engine and the Sukhoi seemed like a good choice to me - apart from anything else, there are many attractive colour schemes available. Since I found no suitable plans for the size of model that I wanted, I fired up my CAD software and started to construct a model myself. I chose to have the wing permanently fixed to the fuselage - it is convenient on a small model and makes the airframe really stiff. The engine that I eventually ordered was an MDS 21, a power plant that has turned out to be excellent and perfect for my model. Although my design for the Sukhoi Su 26 is not a detailed scale model, it flies extremely well and certainly looks like the real thing when it's in the air where it belongs! "
Sukhoi Su26, Aviation Modeller International, January 1998.
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