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The Bücker Bü-133 Jungmeister was a production biplane built in Germany before World War II and in Spain during the war. Its modest size, plus a high power-to-weight ratio, with ailerons on both upper and lower wings, made it an excellent aerobatic aircraft. The aircraft dominated the aerobatic scene in Europe and the United States during the mid-1930s and 1940s and its aerobatic performance was far greater than any other aerobatic biplane at that time.
The Seagull Bücker Bü-133 Jungmeister 1650 mm is a sport scale model of the legend with four ailerons for rapid roll rate. Like the legendary Jungmeister, it has an outstanding aerobatic capability and is a light airplane of balsa and plywood construction.
|Experience level||Intermediate and expert pilots|
|Wingspan||165 cm / 65 in|
|Wing area||80 sq.dm / 1240 sq.in|
|Overall length||146.80 cm / 57.8 in|
|Flying weight||5 kg / 11 lbs|
|Power system||Nitro 2-stroke .90 or 4-stroke 1.20 or gasoline 20-22 cc|
|CG (Centre of Gravity)||43-51 mm from the leading edge of the bottom wing.|
|Assembly time (approx.)||10 - 15 hours|