De Havilland D.H.82 'Tiger Moth'
| This is my draem! But how I can find the plans for to build it??
Is there anyone that can help me for to retrive it?
I would like to build it with stell tubes fusolages and wood for the wings!
Thanks to everyone
02/18/2011 @ 01:46 [ref: 36072]
| Charles E Taylor|
| I should preface my comments by saying that I have not reseached in depth the availability of drawings for the actual Tiger Moth or replicas thereof. My interest is in developing a scaled down version to meet the current FAA Sport Plane criteria and license it under the experimental category. My idea is to power it with a Toyota or Honda (reliability and expense) four cylinder liquid cooled auto engine. Modifications from the original design would be the relocation of the fuel tank from the top wing to either inboard lower wing tanks or one forward of the front cockpit in order to lower the center of gravity. Of course, the leading edge slats on the top wing would have to go. And perhaps a wider stance for the under carriage would be in order to minimize the ground looping tendecy of the original. It would be neat to replicate the original aileron differential mechanism. |
01/14/2010 @ 08:24 [ref: 25567]
| Did any one find a set for plans |
12/19/2007 @ 14:33 [ref: 18969]
| Chris Southwood|
| I bone planes. I bulid models. I lick models. I am two feet tall because the fumes of the glue have stunted my growth. I listen to Coldplay and S Club 7.i love matt arnold |
05/19/2005 @ 07:24 [ref: 10264]
| U GUYS SUCK NOB, AEROPLANES SUK MORE THEN ANYTHING ELSE IN THE WORLD |
05/19/2005 @ 07:21 [ref: 10263]
| mr aroplane hater|
| AEROPLANES SUCK NOB |
05/19/2005 @ 07:19 [ref: 10262]
| Sean Ross|
| I would like to build a dh80 wood fuselage or a dh82 steel fuselage aircraft.
I am a diabled veteran in need of a project to help as therapy for my rehabilitation.
I am an A@P and have my own shop tools.
Any help appreciated
02/04/2004 @ 11:23 [ref: 6740]
| John Ford|
| Recently declassified historical documents reveal a DH-82 Tiger Moth was flown by the 21st TCS of Brisbane Australia in 1942. It had serial number 964. |
05/01/2002 @ 12:41 [ref: 4838]
| I would like to build the De Havilland D.H.82a.
Does anyone know where I could obtain plans for this wonderful airplane.
03/24/2002 @ 18:42 [ref: 4574]
| Marcus Birnfeld|
Porto Alegre, DE
| Great presentation!!!
I\'m sure that this airplane was the best one from its time!I\'m a enthusiastic home build . How I can obtain plans to build a DH82 replica?
10/14/2001 @ 12:33 [ref: 3398]