Blitzer (oz9814)


Blitzer (oz9814) by Andy Kunz from Montana Design 2004 - plan thumbnail

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Blitzer. Radio control sport / racer model for speed 400 power.

Quote: "The Blitzer is intended to be a next step up from our greatly-loved Blitzer Reno-style P-51. We increased wing area, lowered the wing loading, and added room in the fuselage to make equipment installation easier. The Blitzer is just as nice a flyer.

In the construction manual, we make only a few assumptions – the biggest is that you have built a model airplane before. The Blitzer probably isn’t the best choice for a first construction, but it is certainly fine for a second one. It is not good for inexperienced pilots, either, though the low wing loading will give an experienced pilot the ability to fly just about any maneuver. As a pilot, you need to be able to handle a highspeed aileron trainer as a minimum..."

Quote: "Hi Steve, There's a set of plans and the assembly manual in this build thread: Thanks once again for what you do, Andy"

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Kit manual. 21 pages with detailed instructions and photos.


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Blitzer (oz9814) by Andy Kunz from Montana Design 2004 - model pic

  • (oz9814)
    by Andy Kunz
    from Montana Design
    33in span
    Electric R/C LowWing
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/02/2018
    Filesize: 194KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AndyKunz

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