Designed by: Tony Nijhuis Model Type: Electric Fun Fighters Tony Nijhuis presents one of his duelling combatants (see RC2036 F4U Corsair for companion combat plane) from the W.W.II Pacific Arena. One of the first of Tony’s dogfight series to use brushless motors and Li-Po cells, this cracking little model uses an ‘off the shelf’ powertrain solution that’s readily available. Canopy hatches on this aeroplane allows suitable access to the radio and battery. Ideal for a sunday afternoon flying this certainly conjures up imagery of the conflict in the south pacific. Why not buy both plans! Wingspan: 31 1/2 inch All-up Weight: 16-25oz Wing Loading: 15oz/sq.ft. Fuselage ,Length: 24 inch Rec’d Motor: AXI 2208/20 Silverline Rec’d Battery: 1050mAh 2s1p Li-Po Rec’d Propeller: APC 8 x 4 inch electric Rec’d ESC: 10amp (Li-Po compatible) Control Functions: Aileron, elevator, rudder, throttle.
Article featured in September 2006 RCM&E For kit build on this product by RCM&E Magazine please click on the logo below.
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