|Mar 27, 2007, 09:55 AM|
Joined Jul 2004
****GWS-T6: A Classic From The Past****
- Open another thread to consolidate all info togther -
Dear Friends and Customers,
While GWS-190 is still fresh & hot to the market, GWS is releasing another airplane kit, GWS-T6, a classic from the past. We invite you to take a step back in time to enjoy this classic airplane, used to be one of the best pilot trainers of the world.
GWS dealers, if you did not get the chance to order GWS-190 or too busy for other business. Please take time to review this. It is a great chance to order GWS-T6 & 190 now for your customers to choose if they love to fly aerobatic scale airplane. GWS-190 NPS is in stock in Taiwan. GWS-T6 is ready to launch. Check with your GWS Sales for more information.
With the classic scale appearance, let the GWS-T6 photo speaks itself. GWS will also offer painted versions with similar color schemes on the right.
A Classic From The Past
GWSAEO026A: GWS-T6 NPS White
l True Classic Trainer of All Time
l Decorative Waterslide Decals
l Easy to Build & Endless Fun to Fly
l Motor Option: BL2215/BL2212/EPS350C-CS
l Speed Controller: GWESC25A／ICS400Li
l Propeller Option: EP9050H/EP1080
l Battery: 11.1V 1.5AH Li-PO
l Length: 726mm (28.6 in.)
l Wing Span: 1000 mm (39.4 in.)
l Wing Area: 16.7 dmē (258.8sq. in.)
l Wing Loading: 29.1~35.5g/ dmē
l Flying Weight: 500~610g (17.6~21.5 oz.)
l Radio Required: 4 Channels or Above
l Receiver Option: R6NII/RD8SL/R8MSL/R8MSL+
If you are interested in this new product, please contact your GWS sales representatives or email to email@example.com. We welcome you to contact us. We will try to keep you updated about GWS product and information. Thank you very much.
Ray from GWS
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|Mar 27, 2007, 11:23 AM|
Looks very good! Hopefully it will be as good a flyer as the rest of the recent releases. I have seen some AT-6's from other manufactures and they all were nightmares to take off - hence very few on the flight lines (most were "rekitted" on maiden. )
Off to find videos!
|Mar 27, 2007, 11:41 AM|
So no RCAF markings that people were asking for....
And no, not bigger please. It's hard enough to find an open area to fly the size they already are. Bigger just means no where to fly them.
|Mar 27, 2007, 01:33 PM|
UK - in the middle somewhere
Joined May 2002
Well Done GWS - Another Classic! Can't wait for it to get on the circuit.
Anyone know what the Earlybird might cost for the UK?
|Mar 27, 2007, 08:57 PM|
Joined Jul 2004
Please email to May. May from GWS will check on this and get back to you.
about early bird program
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