kg (176 oz)
Mini servos for the wings
The Moswey 4 was built in the early
50's following the Moswey 3, in
It was an all wood construction, covered and doped. Originally designed as a
high performance glider with aerobatic certification, it was very successful, by
under else the first trans-Alps flight form south to north. There are
only a a few units left, and one is at Elmira, NY.
kit is the 1:3.75 scale reduction of this gorgeous vintage glider. Even the
original was an all wood construction, the model is all moulded. But a lot of
effort have been puts in the plugs to reproduce as accurately as possible the
surface finish of the original. So you will see the cloth texture in the skin
and the thousand of stitches that hold the cloth to the ribs, giving the
illusion of an all wood construction.
The tail surfaces are partly hollow moulded but reflect the
structural construction of the original and though are also covered to close the
open surfaces, the stabilizer is plug in like the wings. The fuselage is state
of the art with some sort of honeycomb in the tail boom for increased stiffness,
you get a great feel of solidity. All decals have already been applied.
content is a yellow painted epoxy fuselage, finished yellow painted hollow
molded wings, aileron finished and
hinged, airbrakes installed. Tail surfaces are molded finished build-up
all required accessories are supplied as well as short building instructions.
Radio requirements are two micro servos for the
ailerons, two micro servos for the airbrakes, two
regular servos for the elevator and rudder. And an additional servo for aerotow.