• Description


As part of the product maintenance, the Jodel Robin DR 400/180 model has been reworked so that the rudder, elevator and aileron have now been designed in hollow groove design and are already finished. All oars are articulated via servos installed shortly before the oars by means of short rods and GFK rudder horns without backlash. Internal combustion engine and electric motor can be installed as drives. The fuselage cover with the canopy is removed up to the head bulkhead, allowing good access to the RC components and drive battery in the electric version. The two wing halves are pushed sideways to the fuselage by means of an aluminium insertion tube and secured with plastic screws. The Yodel is the ideal towing machine for glider models up to a wingspan of 6 meters. Of course, banner towing can also be carried out. A towing coupling is included in the package for this purpose.

In conventional wooden construction
aileron, rudder and elevator in hollow groove design
Fuselage, wing halves and tailplane fully covered
To be mounted laterally on the fuselage with horizontal tailplane and wing halves
Wings divisible and removable for transport
Good accessibility to the RC installations by removing the canopy
1:3,5 scale

RC functions:
elevator elevator
nose gear
Motor size

Technical data:
Wing area approx.: 98 dm²
Total area approx.: 108 dm²
Tailplane capacity: 10 dm²
Length approx.: 1910 mm

The model is not suitable for children under 14 years of age.
Operation under 14 years of age requires instruction from parents.

Technical data

Wing-span : 2500 mm
Weight : approx. 11000 g
Rec. Engine : OS GT 60
Control : E,R,A,M,F
Manufacturer : Graupner
Fuselage : Wood
Wings : Wood/ribbed construction
Rec. Battery :
Fly / Build : 22.jpg
Drive Type : Glow

Box Contents

  • Fast- finished model in wooden construction
  • Piliote bust, spinner, seat backrests
  • towing coupling
  • Small parts, accessories for rudder linkage
  • Installation instructions

Graupner, based in Kirchheim, Germany, was founded by the family Graupner and, up until March 2013, operated under the third Graupner generation from Stefan Graupner. In March 2013, the company was purchased by the manufacturer of Graupner HoTT RC Transmitter Systems. Graupner covers a large RC assortment including RC Cars and Trucks (GM), Helicopters, Airplanes, RC Electronics (HoTT 2,4GHZ), Chargers, RC Glow-Powered Motors (OS) as well as a large variety of Electric-Powered Brushless Motors. Graupner supplies around 2000 retailers throughout the world.


Often bought together

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