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Nieuport 11 "Bebe' Parts set and planRef: res-nieu11
The Nieuport 11, nicknamed the Bébé, was a French World War I single seat sesquiplane fighter aircraft, designed by Gustave Delage.
It was the primary aircraft that ended the Eindekker’s “Fokker Scourge” in 1916.
Designed for 40 watt electric motors, the Nieuport 11 features a full CAD plan with constructional annotation, intricate laser cut parts in graded balsa and plywood. Builder to supply their own stripwood.
Nieuport 11 - 25” span for 40W outrunners and 3 channel radio (Motor,Rudder & Elevator) A build manual is also included along with a bill of materials.
Designed and drawn by Peter Rake exclusively for Belair Kits. Peter has kindly started a build thread on RC Groups click to go to page. The additional images also show some of the kit contents, highlighting how many small intricate parts are included, such as small control horns, interplane struts and shaped trailing edges pre-slotted for ribs