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MOTORSPATZ SF 24

Scale 1/3,5

D-KABE

Scale:          1/3,5
Span:           4,0 Mtr
Weight:       5 Kgs
Four functions: Elevator, Rudder, Aileron, Airbrake .


Includes printed plan

Canopy avaiable

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The Motorspatz was an early attempt to create a self-launching glider. Scheibe accomplished this by mounting a Hirth engine in the nose of a mostly stock Spatz glider.

The SF-24 is constructed with a welded steel tube fuselage that mounts the monowheel landing gear, with a small tail wheel for ground maneuvering. The wings and tail surfaces are built with wooden structures and covered in doped aircraft fabric covering. The wing has a 14.0 m span, employs an Mu 14% airfoil and mounts spoilers for glidepath control.

General characteristics:

 

Crew: 1

Wingspan: 14,0 m

Wing area: 14,87 m2

Empty weight: 225 kg

Max takeoff weight: 345 kg

 

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