|Jun 28, 2007, 12:26 PM|
Hanger 9's B-25 Miitchell ready for E-power from the box!
Check it out!
* Fully sheeted wing accurately duplicates the look of the full-scale B-25J
* Removable lower belly hatch for easy access to the large battery compartment
* Quality balsa and plywood construction for a lightweight and durable structure
* True-to-scale artwork on the nose and tail
* Scale outline is enhanced by the lightweight fiberglass nacelles
* Scale details include engine nacelles, radiator scoops, gun turrets, .50-caliber gun packs and much, much more
* Electric option straight from the box—no conversion necessary
Wing Span: 80.7 in (2050mm)
Overall Length: 63.0 in (1600mm)
Wing Area: 851 sq in (54.9 sq dm)
Flying Weight: 13.5- 15.5 lb (6.1 kg-7.0 kg.) (glow 2 stroke, or Elec)
Engine Size: .36- .40 2-stroke glow engine
Motor Size: Power 46 BL outrunner motor
Radio: 6 channels or more
Servos: 10 servos 11with retracts (8 servos, 9 for electric conversion with retracts)
Trim Scheme Colors: Gray (HANU882), Olive Drab (HANU904), Sky Blue (HANU875), Dark Yellow (HANU889)
CG (center of gravity): 4.5-in to 5.0-in.
Wing Loading: 36.5 - 42.0 oz/sq ft
Prop Size: 10.5x4 3-Blade (EVOE100P) to 11 x 4 2-blade(APC11040) for 2-stroke glow or 13x8E(APC13080E) for electric.
Spinner Size: 3/4" Spinner nut (TRU7A140) 1/4-28 threads or 3/4" Spinner nut (TRU7C516) 5/16-24 threads
Hardware Included: Yes
Speed Control : 60 Amp x2
Recommended Battery: Thunder Power 4S 14.8V 3850 mAh to 4200 mAH Li-Po (2 required)
|Jun 28, 2007, 12:42 PM|
wow...here's the link...the $400 price tag seems decent considering the size and work already done...
|Jun 28, 2007, 12:42 PM|
Oh great! I love warbirds. Gentlemen prefer twins. Must have!!! Guess I'll have to push back retirement another year. At this pace I'll be working until I'm 145.
|Jun 28, 2007, 11:25 PM|
Holy Crap......never expected this from Hangar 9. Hell, everyone's been talking about the Top Flite?great planes version(88.65" wingspan) and the cost being the same as a KMP B-25. And then BAM!!!! Here's one from Hangar 9. Right on. This is the one I'll buy!!!
|Jun 29, 2007, 03:03 AM|
Yep............. You can get parts, ease of build and support with H9 , I'm all the way into this one place my order ASAP ...H9 rocks. Now if they would just give us a 109.
What is cool ...it seems they are guiding the build or leaning towards ELECTRIC FIRST on this one........finally a company is awake at the wheel .
NOW YOU KNOW its just a MATTER OF TIME before we get a P-38 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! With all legal hassel/expense they went though with to get the little foamie made, you can bet they have one out by this time next year .
I love the size too, I can still get it my extended E-250 FOrd van in one piece , 80 in is abou the max to angle in the doors......
|Jun 29, 2007, 06:06 AM|
Why do Hanger 9 finish all there 'Scale' ARTF's in that bad looking gloss covering, even there Sopwith. Carn't understanding why they would construct a structually scale looking model only to finish it in (for example) a gloss O/D as per the B25. Its a silly shame as there really do look with they would make nice electric scale models, but only with alot of work to remove the ARTF gloss.
my 2 cents i guess
|Jun 29, 2007, 08:07 AM|
Brad........there is no explaining at my camp on this one ........its a DONE DEAL .......she can like it or lump it .......I'll be flying one of those. I was very close to ordering a 310 .....its the B25 wins hands down for me now.
The glossy finish doesn't consern me at all .......I like my planes to look new not battle worn. I like being able to replace the glossy finish ulta coat .....easy to find the factory matched colors of thier other planes and repair . No custom stuff for me. FIX AND FLY !
This plane is exactly was I wanted , looks easy to build and all wood semi scale ........just like their singles .
I may put EFite 60's in the B-25. My 11.5 pd Dual Ace has 46 in it , but it is crazy fast .
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