KK JOKER 150% SCALE
The Joker 150% is an enlarged version of the very attractive and pretty Keil Kraft Joker.
Re-designed by Pete Sanders and drawn by Kevin McGhee, the Joker 150 is a 29 inch (737mm) wingspan, vintage control line stunt model for a very wide range of popular diesel or glow-plug motors of around 1.5cc (.09 cu.in.) capacity, taking most makes of vintage or modern engines.
Note: Some glow-plug motors have slightly wider crank case assemblies and the gap between the engine bearers will have to be somewhat widened to fit. Some strengthening modifications have been made from the original design, largely around the engine bearer assembly, to take into account the much more powerful motors to be used. Apart from that, everything else is much the same, just thicker balsa wood. The construction is very straightforward and well within the capability of most builders.
This is the same Joker 150 kit that featured in the BMFA News.
Full scale plotted plan - PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO BUILD INSTRUCTIONS WITH THIS KIT
Laser cut parts
Bellcrank kit with leadouts
Acetate for canopy
Undercarriage wire and wheels
- 29 inch (737mm)
Fantastic plane taking me back to when I was 14 with my 1st Joker. This one was viewed on Wednesday and Arrived Thursday by a proper grown up delivery company (not Royal Fail) The kit quality is superb and very complete. Thanks for making me feel like a big kid