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Old Feb 09, 2013, 05:00 PM
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Hangar 9 F-22 Raptor PTS :: NIB :: LPU Northern Va

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Howdy, y'all.

I have a brand spanking new in the box H9 F-22 available. These are DISCONTINUED. It's never been out of the box except to be oogled. Still wrapped in plastic.

I'm asking $140 local pickup only. Open to reasonable offers. I live in Front Royal, VA, but commute past the Hobby Hangar at 2:30pm almost every day. I'd be happy to meet you there.

Thanks for looking,

-Wayne


Stock info from H9:

Sophisticated sensors, unmatched close-in dogfighting skills and undetectable at long range. The F-22 Raptor®, the U.S. Air Force’s newest aircraft, is the most advanced stealth fighter in aviation technology. Now Hangar 9’s F-22 Raptor PTS is available as a fiery ARF for the more experienced pilot. The F-22 Raptor ARF sports removable NACA droops and wing extensions, and a progressive 3-position flap system for training. With the addition of two standard servos, the flaps can be fully operable.

The NACA droops and wing tip extensions attach to the outer section of the wing. They help stabilize the Raptor by manipulating the stock airfoil to produce added lift and increased wing area for lower wing loading. After your training is complete, remove the droops and extensions to transform the trainer into a jet-like fighter. Droops and application tape are supplied but not installed. Flaps can be set specifically for Basic Training in a position that provides speed control and added lift. When you’re ready to move up, add two servos and upgrade to functioning flaps with mid and full positions.

Field assembly has never been easier or simpler. The quick-release hatches are spring-loaded to allow easy access to your electronics and fuel tank. A prepainted pilot figure comes installed inside the front hatch. The wing and tail sections bolt and slide together easily for convenient transport and storage. You will need a 3/32 Allen wrench (included) or ball driver to attach the tail.

This one-of-a-kind jet-like fighter is available in this stunning high-visibility red and white color scheme or in a stealth gray (HAN4385) color scheme, giving pilots at all experience levels the opportunity to fly the Raptor. From training to high-speed loops, rolls and low passes, make your tracks in the sky with the F-22 Raptor.

Lockheed Martin, F-22 Raptor, associated emblems and logos, and body designs of vehicles are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Lockheed Martin Corporation in the USA and/or other jurisdictions, used under license by Horizon Hobby, Inc.

Product Specifications

Wingspan: 52 in (1321mm) (with droops and tip extensions), 47.9 in (1217mm) (without droops and tip extensions)
Overall Length: 50.3 in (1278mm)
Wing Area: 731 sq in (47.2 sq dm) (with droops and tip extensions), 675 sq in (43.6 sq dm) (without droops and tip extensions)
Flying Weight: 7.0–7.5 lb (3.18–3.40 kg)
Engine Size: .40–.52 2-stroke
Radio: 4 channels (5 channels with functioning flaps)
Servos: 5 servos (7 servos needed for optional flaps)
Trim Scheme Colors: White (HANU870), True Red (HANU866), Black (HANU874)
Wing Loading: 22.8–24.78 oz/sq in
Prop Size: 10–11 in
Spinner Size: 2 in (included)
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