Scale model Bücker B 131 Jungmann is the latest entry in the line of state of
the art model products from Benja. The outer wings can easily be mounted by a plug in/tubing system. All the wiring is mounted to the wing struts for easy assembly on the flying fields. For service reasons the lower
middle section of the wings can be separated form the fuselage. Servos and needed electronics can be mounted directly into the tail section. The landing gear has fully functional struts which absorb most of the
Powerd by 80ccm the model takes off after just a few yards. The modified NACA 2411 airfoil creates enough lift for slow and
safe take offs. Sufficiant power is available for aerobatics with the Jungmann, i.e. loopings can be flown out of slow flights. Landing characteristics are a pleasure. It‘s as easy as with a trainer to land the
As well as all other kits, the Bücker kit is a complete concept kit. All parts are precision cut and easy to assemble.
The complete concept kit covers all needed materials to build thie giant scale model even metal parts are precision cut and
lots of epoxy/glass parts are added.
Seven yards of precision drawn CAD plans and a good description cover all information needed and more.
Cut out of air intakes is optional and depends on the the original version. Several options are proposed, however the
most favoured one is having the intake on the right side of the cowling. This is for the original
Hirth HM 60R engine. In case of building the Spanish license built CASA 1.131 the air intake is on the left side.