Construction / tuning:
Well, honestly I can not remember how it was. However I guess it was fast. Carrera was great by that time. Unfortunately they went bankrupt early 80ths and
stopped the production of the planes.


Flight Experience:
Good hang glider with a great plastic fuselage. Only disadvantage, there was no glue by that time to fix the fuselage, however I never had a problem. The plane
flew away after a few months due to loss of controll.
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NAME:
 
ASW 17 (historic plane)
PRODUCER:
 
Carrera
TYPE
  Ferran fuselage - styro-balsa wings
WING SPAN:
 
2200 mm
LENGTH:
 
1100 mm
WING AREA:
 
42,9 dm2
WEIGHT PER DM2
 
24,6 g/ dm2
WEIGHT (producer):
 
1200g (glider)
ACTUAL WEIGHT:
 
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WING PROFILE:
  Naca 6409
MOTOR:
 
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MOTOR DATA:
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PROPELLER:
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BEC / CONTROLLER:
 
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RECEIVER:
 
Webra - 5 channel, 35 MHz
BATTERY:
 
NICD 1100 mAH
CHANNELS:
 
2 (1x rudder, 1x elevator)
SERVOS USED.
  others: 2x Webra standard servos  
RATING - BUILDING:
 
beginner
RATING - FLYING:
 
Advanced beginner
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NOTE. THIS PLANE FLEW AWAY IN THE EARLY 80ths!
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