Graupner Starlet 2400
The STARLET 2400 model is an enlargement of the model from 1982 with a wingspan of about 1525 mm. The original was offered by the company Stolp in the USA as a kit in the experimental class for amateur aircraft builders. The one-seater aircraft with the parasol design was assembled using composite construction techniques. As propulsion system, it is possible to install anything from a VW car engine to a 60-hp Continental. The docile flying characteristics make the STARLET 2400 ideal as a starting point in the area of large model flying and switching to aileron-controlled motorized models. Both internal combustion and electric motors can be used for propulsion. Simple aerobatics are possible with types of propulsion system. With the OS GT 33, vertical climbs are possible. However, the docile flight behavior means that very slow overflights can also be done. To change the drive battery in the electric version, a large opening has been provided in the fuselage in the area of the cockpit. The two detachable wings and the two halves of the tail plane can be removed for transport.
ARTF model (almost ready to fly)
Complete balsa/plywood design
Ideal for switching to large aileron-controlled models
Fuselage, wings, and tail plane pre-covered with multi colored foil
Wheels, small parts, and accessories for rudder linkage
Parts included for electric installation
Protective bags for wing and tail plane halves and vertical stabilizer
Wings and tail plane halves can be removed for transport
Rudder linked to tailwheel
Motor Gas or Electric
Fuselage length (excl. Rotor)
All-up weight, approx.
Total surface area, approx.
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