dm2 (1320 sq. in.)
g/dm2 (20 oz/sq. ft.)
Mini servos for the wings
This is a success story in full sized
glider, it won the 1995 Aerobatic World championship in France. It was designed
as a successor of the famous Kobuz 3 in Poland. It took only 7 months to
the designer and the manufacture to make the first flying prototype.
The model is a 1:4 scale semi-scale
reproduction of this famous Polish aerobatic sailplane. This model is built to the same
high quality standard featured in all ICARE kits. It carries the HQ1.5 airfoil, giving the
sailplane smooth, fast and versatile flying characteristics. It is fully aerobatic, has a
wide speed range, thermals well, and races well. At 3.7m wingspan, it features
the extended wing tips and has also flaps.
micro servos will have to be fitted in the wings for the ailerons and
the airbrakes, two standard sized
servos will be used for the elevator and rudder which are respectively
actuated via a pushrod and a cable pushrod. A retract servo and a tow release might be
fitted in the nose for aero towing.
This ARF kit is coming with a high
quality white epoxy Fiberglas fuselage, and has the wing joiner carrying
tube installed. The sheeted and Fiberglas reinforced foam wings are
covered, no additional work is required on the wings, except installing
the wing servo. The elevator is finished and covered, the rudder is
finished too. A clear plastic canopy and a fiiberglas canopy tray is
supplied and has to be assembled. Only a few hours are required to
finish this glider. Detailed instructions and a hardware package are
completing the kit.
Deluxe kit content:
- White epoxy glass fuselage with reinforcement,
retractable landing gear, tail wheel, tow release and pushrod installed.
- Clear canopy framed and hinged like full size.
- Cockpit interior finished.
- 2 pieces wings covered with Oracover., airbrakes installed, control surfaces ready to hinge
- Foam tail unit with obechi wood covering and Oracover finish.
- Decals factory applied- Hardware, instructions.