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11-04-2004 06:00 PM  13 years agoPost 1
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Looking to trade a NIB F3F 3 meter Cohen for a 50 or 60 or 90 Heli.

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11-04-2004 10:53 PM  13 years agoPost 2
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The Cohen the construction is all molded, finished and essentially ready to fly. All that is need is install the radio gear and you are ready to fly. The Cohen comes in a variety of attractive paint schemes. We never know what we are getting so call us for stock. Typically the aircraft come in yellow and red paint schemes. But we will get in a variety of colors.

The wings have the ailerons and flaps made with live hinges; the servo bays are molded into the wing and come with molded fairings. The Flaps are designed for 90 degree operation and all moveable surfaces are wipered The V-tail simply bolts to the fuse and is fully made and painted with elevators hinged and wipered. The fuselage has a separate nosecone. This makes it very easy to get to the radio gear and allows access and removal of the ballast. To decrease drag further the fuselage also has a removable tailcone which fairs in the control system for the ruddervators. The all molded structure will handle incredible speeds and loads. Actually the Cohen is designed for F3F racing and with the proper ballast system, is extremely competitive, and yet will fly in light lift on your favorite slope. since the MH 32 airfoil is so versatile the Cohen will also thermal fairly well and is a truly an asset on your favorite inland slope.

The wing are three piece and go together with round CF wingrod which are very easy to replace if broken. Two small incidence pins on the trailing and leading edges of the wings make for eat and secure alignment of the wingtip to the center section. The the trailing edge is straight with a mild curve back at the every tip. The leading edge is straight throughout the center section with the outer panels breaking twice then transitioning to a curved tip. The control surfaces are generous which results in excellent handling characteristics. The flaps and ailerons are matched so that camber is even throughout the wing and with camber to elevator mix combined with the MH-32 airfoil, the Cohen will turn quickly with little loss of speed or lift.

Of course, we include all hardware with the Cohen "kit". Assembly time is one evening.

Sal Says:
I am continually amazed by the quality of the sailplanes that come out of Eastern Europe. Quality and price are are perfect mix in the Cohen. Of course, we would not even consider the sailplane if it did not come up to NSP standards. I like the mix of qualities in the Cohen, especially the ability to fly in light through strong lift and it will be a keeper for me.


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