The aircraft is built from original Flitzer 21 Z plans bought from Linn Williams.
The entire lining of the aircraft and the wings are covered with poplar plywood 2mm. Ailerons are balanced at 100% and elevators at 90%. The entire geometry of the aeroplane, its dimensions and its shape correspond to 99% of the original.
The controls of the ailerons and the elevator are rigid through duralumin tubes. They are also easily disassembled and assembled.
The landing gear is divided into two parts - each working for itself. The wheels are reinforced and are stronger than what usually is required. The tail skid is replaced with a wheel for better manoeuvrability and control on the ground.
The Verner engine is great - it has 84 horsepower. The engine is lightweight, with gearboxes, carburettors and is air-oil cooled. It has 29 hours and is equipped with an electric starter.
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