Seagull Models Skyraider Warbird RC Plane, 10cc ARF

$499.99
Article number: SEA-230T
Availability: Out of stock

Overview

Seagull Models has captured the look and history of the legendary Douglas Skyraider in this exciting semi-scale ARF, suitable for Glow, Gas, or Electric power.

Features

  • Covered in genuine Oracover premium covering with decals applied.
  • Operational flaps for an improved flight envelope.
  • Accurate scale outline and details.
  • Fiberglass engine cowl with Dummy Engine insert and cowl flap detail.
  • Fully sheeted, airfoil tail surfaces for improved flight characteristics.
  • Wing Guns, Drop tanks and removable antenna for ulitimate detail.
  • Two-piece pug in wings for easy transport.
  • Large removable top hatch for easy radio and flight battery access.
  • Electric power conversion set included.
  • Mechanical retracts included.
  • Detailed Scale cockpit with light weight pilot included.
  • Wing mounted navigation lighting set included.

Product Information

Skyraider Warbird - Tiger Scheme

The airframe is conventional built balsa and plywood construction, yet a modern laser-cut design allows the airplane to be kept light. You will find that most of the work has been done for you. The pushrods are pre-made to the correct lengths and the hinges are pre-installed. Includes extra scale features such as wing guns, drop tanks, antenna, and operating navigation lights. Includes fixed landing gear - using the same mounting as optional electric rotating retracts.

 

Specs

Wingspan                               63.0 in (160 cm).
Wing area                              637.1 sq.in (41.1 sq.dm).
Weight                                   8.6lbs (3.9 kg).
Length                                   47.8 in (121.5cm).
Engine                                    10cc - 15cc
Radio                                      6 channels with 7 servos.
Electric conversion                   Optional.
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