Swift S-1 carbon 3,33 m full composite , painted yellow/black
The Swift S-1 is a polish performance acrobatic glider and was a follow on development of the SZD-21 which was banned from acrobatics after a wing collapsed at the world championship in 1989. A new and modern version of an acrobatic glider came to life which still had the excellent characteristics of the Kobuz 3. A total of 30 originals were built before the production stopped to make place for the production of the Fox. Today the molds dont exist any more so that a new production is unlikely.
Tomahawk picked up the topic and created a fine replica of the original in a scale of 1:3,8. The model is fully made in a vacuum sandwich technology. The wing has a full carbon fibre structure and is covered with a glass fibre layer to ensure a smooth surface , the fuselage is made in glas-fibre and is reinforced with carbon-fibre in certain areas.. The model is capable to ustain high static and dynamic load. The size is still very comfortable for transport.
- Scale replica of the SWIFT S-1 by Zaklad Remontow i Produkcji Sprzetu Lotniczego
- scale 1:3,8
- 3,33m wingspan
- fuselage fibreglass reinforced by carbon fibre
- wings full carbonfibre
- carbon fibre wing joiner ( 18mm )
- pure acrobatic performance setup