Hello folks ! I am Carlos Pisarello from Argentina and I designed this glider for my friends RCRCM …
TOBA is the name of an aboriginal people who inhabit the Province where I live called Chaco, in the north of Argentina, …
These aborigines cut their hair from their forehead, in honor of the death of a family member, so his name TOBA, means big forehead.
I named TOBA this glider, as a tribute to all the Toba´s people in the province of Chaco - Argentina …
Built with the best and most resistant materials available, that allows an incredible performance for flying F3B.
This advanced design completed with the latest technology in construction, allows you to be prepared for increasing demand in high competition.
Well folks, this is a great glider and I hope you enjoy it like me!
and by the end a big thanks to my family and friends of RCRCM who have supported me in this project!
The TOBA F3B is a dream come true!
Wing span: 3085mm
Wing aerofoil: RCRCM2010-8
Wing area: 58dm2
Tail aerofoil: RCRCM2010-10
Control surface: ailerons, flaps, elevator, rudder
Flying weight: 2000-2100g
Toba Setup RCRCM
Toba F3B taskA_rcrcm.com from rcrcm on Vimeo.
Toba F3B taskB_rcrcm.com from rcrcm on Vimeo.
Toba F3B taskC_rcrcm.com from rcrcm on Vimeo.
TOBA F3B VIDEO 2011 from rcrcm on Vimeo.
Paint Scheme is also available in a wide range of colors, besides standard color scheme presents on this website and can also include some other color schemes.
Another important thing about the surface of the glider: this RCRCM glider is fully moulded. Mould precision ensures that each glider has a complete aerodynamic layout but in the process of composite production, there is a slight chance of very tiny air bubbles or slight cloth grain. In the unlikely event that these small imperfections exist, they do not affect the structural strength or flight performance.
Glider long term storage: Hang glider vertically to reduce the stress on the glider surfaces to avoid deformation that could adversely affect flight performance and trim.