- Designer: Richard Harris
- Model Type: Autogyro
- Rotor Diameter: 46” (1168mm)
- Fuselage length: 42.5” (1079mm)
- All-up weight: 3.5lb /1.4kg (without battery)
- Functions (Servos): Pitch (1x5kg/cm MG); roll (as pitch); rudder (1); throttle (1)
- Rec’d engine: .25 -.36 two-stroke; .40-.50 four-stroke
- Rec’d powertrain: 750 – 1000Kv motor; 60 amo ESC; 3 or 4s 3000mAh Li-Po
- Featured in RCM&E Magazine March 2013
Please Note: Balsa and Spruce are not included for the rotor blades, only for the fuselage and tail.
Useful Links – Read more about the model on the model flying website and blogs – https://www.modelflying.co.uk/panther-autogyro
Full-Size Auto Gyros – Juan de la Cierva took to the skies in his auto rotational flying machine almost 100 years ago. His designs, along with most others of the period, shared one common denominator, they were all of
a tractor configuration. In some form or another most modern pusher autogyros have adopted the ground-breaking work of Ken Wallis, indeed today’s machines are noted for their safety record and are known to many pilots as the motorbike of the skies.