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MORIN M85

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COMPLETE MORIN M85 PLANS- ALUMINUM WING 01-01211 $415.00
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COMPLETE MORIN M85 PLANS- WOOD WING 01-01212 $415.00
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MORIN M85 ALUMINUM WING PLANS ONLY 01-01213 $275.00
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MORIN M85 WOOD WING PLANS ONLY 01-01214 $275.00
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MORIN M85 STREAMLINED WOOD STABILIZER PLANS 01-01215 $145.00
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MORIN M85 11"X17" BOOKLET OF COMPLETE 143 DRAWINGS 01-01216 $157.75
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MORIN M85 4130 TUBING KIT (FUSE / VERT STAB / RUDDER)
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01-01236 $2994.90
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MORIN M85 4130 TUBING KIT (HORIZONTAL STAB / ELEVATOR)
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01-01237 $508.90
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Overview

Complete plans including construction license for wood or aluminum wings. Also available are plans only for streamlined wood stabilizer and wood or aluminum wings.

Reviews

Arcangelo P
November 14, 2017

Received the plans, and could not be happier! Took me a long time to choose a plane to build and am glad I found this one. The support from Campavia is terrific too. Glad A/S is providing materials... builder support is important to me and youll find it with this design.

Robert
October 22, 2017

The previous post should have said, servo tab not anti-servo tab. That is, the tab lowers pitch control stick forces ...makes the elevator feel lighter.

Daisuke D
November 6, 2013

I bought the 11 x 17 booklet. I've only skimmed through the set - so far, the drawings seem clear and detailed. I should mention that the plans are in French/metric. I knew that before ordering because the Campavia site mentions it. Off the top of my head the slotted flaps, leading edge slots, mass balanced elevator, cambered stabilizer, anti-servo tab, differential ailerons, and some use of Klegecell (foam) stand out as thoughtful design features. Many fuselage tubes are welded one tube to one tube only (presumably to simplify welding joints) instead of more than two tubes meeting at cluster welds. I'll edit or add comments as I get more familiar with the plans/design.

Daisuke D
November 1, 2013

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