||6.4 m (251")
||2.59 m (101")
||177 dm2 (19 sq. ft.)
||100-125 g/dm2 (31 oz/sq. ft.)
||>17 kg (37 lbs)
Std - high torque servos for the wings
The Standard Cirrus was designed by Dipl. Ing. Klaus Holighaus and flew for the first time in March 1969. It is a Standard Class glider with a 15-metre span and no camber-changing flaps.
It had an all-moving tailplane, a feature of many designs of that period.
Schmepp - Hirth produced about 700 units until 1977 when the production of this aircraft was over.
In various licenses, the glider was produced until 1985. All Cirrus models are very popular in Club Class competitions around the world.
The model comes as a fully molded kit and is suitable for traditional thermal flying and also performs very well in acrobatics.
Optionally available as self-launch with electric power system in the fuselage.
A true dream for every ambitious model pilot.
The quality level of this kit is outstanding, here the kit content:
- Completely finished fuselage, with (optional) installed retractable landing gear (std or FES type)
- 2 piece wing, 6 servos control (flaps, camber, ailerons),
- Massive floating carbon joiner
- Canopy fitted and locking mechanism
- Self launch system
- Ballast set
- Protective bags
Radio requirements are six servos in the wings, and four regular servos for the
elevator, rudder, retract, and tow release
Complete combo packages available upon request.
Building service available