|Siemens Schuckert D-III
Description:Designed by David Johnson, the Siemens Schuckert D-III is a seldom modeled WW 1 fighter that is a dream to fly. Using tradional balsa and plywood construction, the model has an under-cambered airfoil, four ailerons and a fully sheeted circular fuselage that looks great stained. The model has won several scale contests and earned David an invitation to the 2002 Top Gun Scale Invitational in Lakeland, FL.
Name: Siemens Schuckert D-III
Type: 1/4-scale WW 1 fighter biplane
Wingspan: 81.5 in. top, 74 in. bottom
Wing Area: 1,911.56 sq. in. (8.27 sq. ft.)
Length: 55 in.
Weight: 15 to 18 lb. (15.5 lb. prototype)
Wing Loading: 29.02 to 34.80 oz./sq. ft.
Engine Range: 25 to 40cc 2-stroke, or 1.20 to 1.50 4-stroke
Radio Required: 4 channels (rudder, aileron, throttle, elevator)
The Belair partial kit features accurately laser cut parts, including firewall, formers with stringer slots, wing ribs, stabiliser parts, plus dozens of additional items, inc dihedral joiners, mounts, etc. Start building today. The partial kit includes over 200 parts, all etched with their plan number.