The Bücker Bü 133 Jungmeister was an advanced trainer of the Luftwaffe in the 1930s. It was a single-engine, single-seat biplane of wood and tubular steel construction and covered in fabric.
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This 85% scratch-built Bücker looks like it could carry a small person! The 3,30 m span model weighs in at 24,6 kg and is powered by a Hirth 521cc 2-stroke turning a Fiala 60 x 20 wood propeller.
The model uses industrial-quality Tonegawa Seiko servos, a redundant radio system and a dual-ignition starter.
The model has a high level of detail, but can alternatively be built more simply without cockpit and air scoops. The texturing was designed with great attention to detail.
- Model: Bücker 133 Jungmeister
- Pilot: Robin Trumpp
- Scale: 1:2
- Wingspan: 3,30 m
- Length: 3,00 m
- Weight: 24,6 kg
- Engine: Fiala / Valach VM-250 R5
- Event: Faszination Modellbau Friedrichshafen 2021, “Stars
- des Jahres”-Flugshow, Germany