Old School Model Works Sunday Fighter (One-O Nine) Kit
"Never fly straight or you'll be a dead duck."
Fast, but not too fast. Maneuverable, agile and responsive - but not tricky. A snap to build - and with a fully sheeted airframe, surprisingly rugged compared to most.
Don't let the lack of landing gear scare you. Hand launching is easy because of the fuselage's light weight and strengthened design. In the air, it really looks the part without any exposed gear to detract from its clean lines. Bringing the One-O-Nine in for a belly landing on grass is just as easy.
You should see them take evasive maneuvers in Dog Fighting. Evade with snap rolls into spins, Immelmann turns and a loop. OSM's One-O-Nine kit is part of our Sunday Fighter lineup and just might be the most fun you've had in a long time.
Because of the interlocking design and high quality laser cutting of the parts, the Sunday Fighter is a quick build. Not only does it build quick, but it also builds straight and true as all of the parts are designed to align properly with a minimum of fuss and alignment tools.
The wing is removable for storage/transport and for giving access to the radio/servo area. From there you have easy access to install most any brand of radio and control linkages.
What's more, the fully assembled model can fit in the trunk of most cars.
Although mainly designed for electric power, you can also use a .25-sized glow engine as well. Glow engines are side mounted. Electric motors are mounted on the "extended" firewall to space the motor the proper distance forward.
When assembled, you now have a blank canvas and can apply any number of color schemes, or make up your own.
In the air, the One-O Nine is a blast to fly. A simple hand-launch gets it airborne, then you can cruise quite easily and 1/2 power. Throttle up for loops, eights, snaps, spins, hammerhead turnaounds - or maybe a screaming low-level pass, right down the runway. When you're ready to land, simply throttle back and gently bring the One-O Nine in for a belly landing on the grass.
This is just one design in our growing Sunday Fighter series.
Specifications: Wingspan: 44.5 inches Wing Area: 330 sq inches Length (airframe only): 39 inches Weight: 2.75 - 3.25 pounds Radio: 4 channel system Power: o Glow (.25 engine) o Electric (350+ watt, 60 amp ESC, 3-4s LiPo)
Features of the One-O Nine Sunday Fighter
Premium USA Hardware Included in each Old School Model Works kit is a premium hardware package. We only source our hardware from brand-name, USA manufacturers to guarantee the best quality. Dual Ailerons Mounted under the lower wing, these two pre-cut aileron hatches make it easy to install the aileron servos. WEB-LOCK Construction There's nothing else like it. Build our wings, straight and true - with a minimum amount of fuss. Battery compartment Perfectly sized to take 3-4s 2200 lipo packs, plus an ESC. Open design makes batteries easy to swap out, and keeps the components cool. Design your color scheme Download this sheet to design your One-O Nine's color scheme. Additional items needed to complete this Sunday Fighter kit: o Propeller o Engine/Motor mount & mounting hardware o 4-5 mini servos depending on setup: 4 flight controls, 1 for throttle if glow o "Y" servo harness (for ailerons) o Pushrods (two 6" for ailerons, one 10" for throttle if glow powered, two flexible 26" for elevator & rudder) o Clevises for the pushrods (8 if electric, 10 if glow) o 1-1/2 - 2 rolls of covering o 3" spinner