The Lunak was built in the early 50's, in
the Czech Rep.
It was used as a trainer for future jet pilots or in local clubs for sailing and
aerobatics. It had very impressive flying characteristics with a win at the World
Championship. Only 5 units are still inventoried around the world from over 200 built.
This Lunak is an all moulded reproduction of the original
all wood construction. This model is obviously fully aerobatics and has nothing
to envy to the later Swift of Fox, as it follows control input as precisely.
With the adequate use of ailerons and flaps control you will have a very wide
implementation range. But with is easy low speed handling, landing on a dime are
common, while the airbrakes bring you down to the closest spot.
The plugs before moulding the moulds were fitted with
tissue, to give the same texture as the original, then also fitted with the
riveted metal tips, and access covers. This gives highly detailed parts once
pulled out of the moulds. Wing joiner system is fitted with locating pins.
Airbrakes are fitted as well. Servos well in the wings and elevator are ready to
receive their servos. framed canopy is finished and ready to install. Who wants
to make the canopy tilting or sliding, can do it with minimum effort.
The pictures shows a standard color combination. All parts
come painted out of the moulds. But any other color scheme is available upon
Radio requirements are two mini servos for the
ailerons, two mini servo for the flaps, two mini servos for the airbrakes, two
regular servos for the elevator and rudder. And an additional servo for aerotow.
Lunak LF-107, 4.75m ARF all