Blohm und Voss BV-141B (207cm, 6kg, 30cc) CYMODEL

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CYMODEL Blohm und Voss BV-141B

 Wing span    (spanwijdte)  2070 mm   81"
 Length  1620 mm  63.8"
 Flying weight  5 - 87kg                                                     
 Radio  5-7 channels, 7 - 8 servos
 Engine Gas       (benzine)  20 - 30cc

 

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 Wing area   dm2  1172 sq.in
 Wing loading  gr/dm2                          oz/sq.ft               
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Product Description:

1. High-quality, prepainted, fiberglass fuselage and cowling;
2. High-quality balsa and plywood material;
3. Light weight and strong construction;
4. Functional scale flaps;
5. Hardware package included;
6. Scale color scheme with professional covering;
7. Decals pre-applied at factory.
 

 

 

The Blohm & Voss BV 141 was a World War II German tactical reconnaissance aircraft prototype. It is best remembered as the most asymmetrical aircraft to have ever flown.

In 1937, the German Air Ministry Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM) issued a specification for a single-engined reconnaissance aircraft with optimum visual characteristics. The preferred contractors were Arado, but the request prompted the Focke-Wulf company to work up the alternative idea of the Focke-Wulf Fw 189, a twin-boom design with two smaller engines and a central crew gondola, while Blohm & Voss proposed something far more radical. The proposal of chief designer Dr. Richard Vogt was the unique asymmetric BV 141.

 

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