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Gö-6 Minimoa Mo 2a, 3.4m ARF

Gö-6 Minimoa Mo 2a, 3.4m ARF

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Part Number:Gö-6 Minimoa Mo 2a, 3.4m

Wing Span:3.4 m (134")
Wing Area:72 dm2 (1116 sq. in.)
Wing Airfoil:FX60-126
Wing Loading:48 g/dm2 (17 oz/sq. ft.)
Flying Weight:3.5 kg (135 oz)
Radio:Standard radio
Micro servos for the wings

The Gö-6 Minimoa Mo 2a from Schempp-Hirth was a the only two seat glider to be built from the initial requirement for two in 1937. The second seat was built between the wings, behind the main wing spar and the fuselage deepened to give more rear cockpit room. The nose was lengthened for adjustment of C.of G. The fuselage was 0.26 m. longer than the standard Minimoa. This glider took part in the 1937 Rhön Contest (but had to be abandoned

The original is a beauty, a must for the vintage friend. In this model, lots of care has been taken to be as accurate to the full size as possible, so the wing are built up and tells by them self. The root ribs are cut out and let you see the inside of the wing structure as on the original. A beauty.

The wings can easily be retrofitted with airbrakes. The box to recei8ve the airbrakes is prebuilt, so only gluing the airbrakes in is required. The servo tray will receive the four standard servos: rudder, elevator, tow release. The elevator can optionally be actuated by means of two servos.

This Minimoa is not only a 1:5 scale reproduction but it fly like the original, a real puppy. The chosen airfoil and its built up structure makes this airplane a great all around characteristics that will fly a gentle speed.  This airplane will do well on a flat field or on the slope.

Kit content:

  • Fiberglas fuselage with installed wing joiner
  • Cockpit frame, sidewise articulated, and canopy
  • Classic built-up wings, finished sanded and covered with Oracover
  • Elevator and rudder built-up as well and finished covered
  • Instructions, wheel, decals, and complete hardware set.

Inquiry about our combo packages.

This kit is also well suited for electrification (FES), with motor in the nose.

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