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Offline joanblaue

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Oberursel U0...
« on: August 21, 2014, 12:40:42 AM »
is a copy of the Gnome Lambda 80 hp.
So the fantastic Taurus sample could also fit :

Avro 504
Blackburn Type I
Borel hydro-monoplane[3]
Blériot Parasol
Blériot XI (militaire)
Bristol Boxkite
Bristol Gordon England G.E.3
Bristol-Coanda Monoplanes
Bristol Coanda T.B.8
Bristol Coanda P.B.8
Bristol Scout
Caudron G.III
Deperdussin Type B
Dunne D.8
Henry Farman F.20
Grahame-White Type XV
London & Provincial 4
Lowe Marlburian
Nieuport IVG
Nieuport 10
Radley-England Waterplane
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.3
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.4
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.8
Royal Aircraft Factory B.S.1
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.2
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.2
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.4
Short S.37
Short S.38
Short S.41
Short S.60
Short S.70
Sopwith Gordon Bennett Racer
Sopwith Pup
Sopwith Sociable
Sopwith Tabloid
Sopwith Three-Seater
Vickers No.8 Monoplane


Offline joanblaue

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Re: Oberursel U0...
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2014, 12:47:10 AM »
Hello Red Baron,
Yes, you are right for instance the stroke of 145 mm in the Gnome was replaced by a 140 mm in the U0.
( ok in 1/32 it make a 0,15 mm difference )
The U0 have a 11,5 liters compare to the 12+ on the Gnome...

Anyway this is the best solution to start a Lambda !
In addition to the above list is the Morane Saulnier type H Hydroplane of the 1st Schneider Trophy in 1913 flew by Roland Garros.
( Garros was later killed in action on a Spad XIII )

This is the choosen solution to start my 1/32 Schneider Morane in scratchbuild.
I will later make a post on the dedicated area.

 !! We still need a 9C  Mr Taurus !!! ( please ;))

« Last Edit: August 22, 2014, 09:59:56 PM by joanblaue »

Offline taurusmodels

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Re: Oberursel U0...
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2014, 01:48:04 AM »
I'm back!

LeRhone 9c will be done - do not worry. Currently Bentley Br2 is on the bench. But next ones are LeRhones family :)

I'll try to do more engines - it's more funny, then accessories, and more spectacular  ;)

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Re: Oberursel U0...
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2014, 09:03:59 AM »
That is great news Lukasz, I'm sure that the Le Rhone family of engines will prove very popular especially the 9c.

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