PZL WILGA 35

    

Stuart Mackay Models are pleased to bring you a 1/5 scale version of the famous radial engined workhorse from Poland. The epoxy glass mouldings of the fuselage, wings and tail surfaces have all the rivet details, panels and corrugations of the origianl finely moulded into the perfect silver or white gelcoat surface of all the components. The two piece wing mouldings have flaps and ailerons gapless hinged during the manufacturing process, they are joined prior to flying using aircraft-quality dural tube. The epoxy glass mouldings of the fuselage, wings and tail surfaces have all the rivet details and panels finely moulded into the perfect silver or white gelcoat surface of all the components. The cabin glazing may be added with full cockpit detail. A working sprung alloy main undercarriage legs with gas-springs are available as an accessory to enable reliable rough-field operations. The tail wheel bracket is moulded in epoxy glass. To aid transport, the wings are divided into two halves and the stabiliser is removable.

Construction consists of fitting ply reinforcement for engine and under-carriage mounting, hinging control surfaces, fitting your choice of radio, engine and painting.

We recommend petrol engines from 20cc to 45 cc 2-stroke, the aircraft has been designed around our AW 30 and 45 Boxer. When fitted with these engines and scale silencer, the Wilga has an excellent vertical performance, and outstanding low-speed handling.

Technical Specification:

Airframe construction: Silver epoxy wing panels, tail surfaces, fuselage, elevators, ailerons and rudder. Clear moulded canopy glazing. Ply reinforcing. Alloy tubular tail joiner.

Wing Span: 2.2 metres (90 inch) Length: 1.55 metres (62 inch)

Flying Weight: from 7.5 kilos (16.5 lbs) Motor: from 20cc 2 stroke

Price: See Aircraft Pricelist

Accessories:

Gas Sprung Undercarriage Epoxy T/ Wheel Bracket

Main Wheels 4 " AW 30/45 Scale Exhaust




          Model was Built by Pat Butcher of Cambridge
          John Anslow' first (and very successful!) flight with his new Wilga powered by Mackay 30 FS motor.