1 to 4.4


128 inches


66 inches

Weight ca.

8.5 lbs+


RG 15

The LF-107 Luňák is a Czech aerobatic glider designed by Rudý Letov in the late 1940s. The design was developed within a prolific group of aeronautical engineers and sailplane pilots including among others K. Dlouhý, J. Matejcekm and B. Bocek.The first flight of the prototype took place on June 25, 1948 and a second prototype flew in July. The prototype participated later in the same year in an aerobatic competition in Grenchen, Switzerland, and in Ziar, Poland in 1949, where its good aerobatic and gliding characteristics drew considerable attention. A Luňák is displayed in the American Museum of Flight.The Lunak, designed in the early 1950's in Czechoslovakia, specially for glider aerobatics, never gained widespread recognition primarily due to the low production numbers.

The excellent flight characteristics prompted us to develop a model thereof that, despite a wingspan of 325cm (128 in.) with its deep chord and voluminous fuselage still presents a relatively compact package with very convincing flight characteristics. The model is built using full fiberglass (FG) techniques with a base-yellow gel-coat finish.  The characteristic rib tapes and other surface details are reproduced.  The control surfaces are gapless mounted and ready for hook-up. Kit Information: Full FG construction - Yellow gel-coat finish - FG canopy frame - Double-leaf spoilers - Gapless control surfaces - Steel rod wing joiner.


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