|United Kingdom||30 EUR|
|Czech Republic||25 EUR|
A flying model of a Polish glider from the interwar period.
Model of a German training and training plane from the interwar period, rarely seen at Polish modeling airports.
It is traditionally made of plywood and balsa, covered with foil imitating a canvas, which perfectly emphasizes its character. Some elements are painted. The engine hood is made of laminate.
The model has a shock-absorbed shin chassis despite the huge size Klemm fits in the trunk of even a very small car, thanks to the fact that the vertical and horizontal ballast is completely deducted.
Required servomechanisms are: standards about 5kg. Only 12-15cm3 2T or 4T motors are enough to drive. In the test model, the Hacker 1250W engine, 5 target and 70A regulator were installed.
how the model performs in the air