Seagull Bucker JU-133 Jungmeister ARF (U.S.)
Seagull Bucker Jungmeister ARF

Seagull Bucker JU-133 Jungmeister ARF (U.S.)

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Seagull JU-133 Bucker Jungmeister ARF - Bevo Howard Color Scheme

A sport scale model of aviation's first aerobatic thoroughbred - the legendary Bucker Jungmeister. Designed and built in Germany in the 1930s, the Jungmeister's aerobatic performance was far superior to any biplane up to that time.  It is still considered by many to be the sweetest flying biplane ever made.  Seagull's Jungmeister is conventionally built using balsa and plywood, with a superior laser-cut design that keeps the structure strong and light.  

• A sport scale model of a legendary airplane
• Outstanding aerobatic capability
• Four ailerons for rapid roll rate
• Light weight balsa and plywood construction
• CAD designed and CNC laser cut parts
• Covered in genuine UltraCote®
• Plug-in top & bottom wings for easy transport
• Strong aluminum wing joiner tube joiners
• Painted fiberglass cowl
• Scale dummy engine insert
• Ready-to-install main landing gear
• Unique scale main wheel fenders
• Shock absorbing tailwheel assembly
• Detailed instrument panel and hand-painted pilot
• Complete hardware pack

Additional Resources:
Model Airplane News Review: Seagull Bucker Jungmeister ARF

The Bevo Howard color scheme is that of the most famous Bucker Jungmeister in U.S. history - N5696 - now on display in the National Air & Space Museum in Washington DC. 

Record of the Bucker Jungmeister N5696:
Winner 1938 U.S. National Champion (Mike Murphy pilot)
Winner 1940 U.S. National Champion (Mike Murphy pilot)
Winner 1946 U.S. National Champion (Bevo Howard pilot)
Winner 1947 U.S. National Champion (Bevo Howard pilot)

This deluxe Seagull ARF kit captures the look and flying ability of that legendary Bucker Jungmeister. The Bucker Jungmeister is also available in European color scheme.

*There is an Oversize Shipping Charge of $29.00 on the Seagull Bucker Jungmeister ARF.

Wing Span:   65 in.
Wing Area:   1240
Fuselage Length:   57.8 in.
Approx. Flying Weight:   11 lbs 
Rec. Engine Size:   2-Stroke .90 cu. in. / 4-Stroke 1.20 cu. in. / Gas 20 - 22 cc
Radio Req.: 4 Channel w/ 6 servos
4 Stars
owner. builder. flyer.
The plane itself is a real beauty, seems to be well built. the hardware package is a disgrace as are the instructions. Not what I expected from a sig product!
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Reviewed by:  from south bend IN. on 6/30/2015
4 Stars
The plane components are well built and the covering good and is very well applied. The instruction manual leaves a lot to be desired: Assembly steps are in some cases out of sequence and some are omitted entirely. Translation of instructions to english could be a lot better.
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Reviewed by:  from Hinckley, OH. on 7/30/2015
3 Stars
Seagull Bucker JU-133 Jungmeister
Plane is gorgeous, Hardware is atrocious. Assembly manual ,except for few out of sequence pics is almost useless. Missing hardware and glue spilled into blind nuts make assembly difficult. Only someone with some kit building experience should even consider this project. If you have the skills ( and a set of metric taps) the result is a beautiful\ addition to anyone's hanger.
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Reviewed by:  from Williamsburg, Indiana. on 4/9/2016
5 Stars
Seagull Bucker
If you want the best, go with Seagull. The Bucker is amazing
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Reviewed by:  from Alpena. on 9/26/2017
5 Stars
Seagull Bucker JU-133 Jungmeister
Timely arrival, perfect condition. Need to complete assembly, then we will fly. Very happy with my purchase!
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Reviewed by:  from Newport. on 8/15/2016
4 Stars
Seagull Bucker JU-133 Jungmeister
I finally managed to get mine together and in the air. I missing some hardware, but had spares, so I just used those. I didn't use the plastic radial that came with the kit. There wasn't much left after I cut away to fit around my electric motor. I test flew with a power 110 on 9s, but it flew like it was tailheavy. I switched to a power 160 on 10S, but haven't had an opportunity to fly it yet. I used the 180 mm cg mark in the manual. I moved the cg forward about 10mm and will try again. The tires hit the mounting screws for the wheel covers, so I replaced them with robarts and ground down the screws until they were flush. It did get a lot of attention at the field though.
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Reviewed by:  from United States. on 6/28/2016
3 Stars
Seagull Bucker JU-133 Jungmeister
The wing transport frames do not fit the airfoil lower and upper surfaces. Also there in no way they can be installed. Without these frames, assembly time at the field would be really time consuming.
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Reviewed by:  from Virginia. on 4/30/2016

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