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Mini Jazz by Malcolm Corbin

Average Rating
No. of Reviews3
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Fred Mook wrote on 28/02/2013:
LOADS OF FUN FOR 4 JEARS
Strengths: Good
Weaknesses: Non after correction Tailplane
Overall: Great I build as e-model.
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
100%
Overall
60%

Nightflyer 2013 wrote on 02/01/2013:
LOADS OF FUN FOR LITTLE MONEY!
Strengths: Well sorted smaller version of the Jazz. Easy to construct, with nice lines. Fast building board to air time.
Weaknesses: No real weaknesses. If you have built a couple of models from plans before this is a doddle. Would advise careful selection of wood to ensure you build light especially the tail and fin.
Overall: This is a FUN model that isrelatively easy to build, looks good to the eye, and flies exceptionally well, and very aerobatic if you want it to be, and of course it is easy to pack into the car. I have now built three since the original plans came out in 1997 so I view this a classic design.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
80%

Kevin Fairgrieve wrote on 22/03/2011:
FANTASTIC FUN
Strengths: Small compact, and goes in the car in one piece. It does a lot of things in the air, when the sticks are put into opposite corners. Big grin on my face.
Weaknesses: The fuselage is weak in the area of the wing seat and canopy. Reinforced mine with 1/64 ply. Found this out after a fight with gravity (which I lost).
Overall: Easy build, but does require some modifications to the plan. For the cost of a few servo`s and a small engine, it canot be beaten. Most of the wood for mine came from my scraps box. Would i build another one when this one dies. 100% yes.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
80%

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