|Aug 23, 2007, 05:35 PM|
Check it out the next E-flite Warbird: AT-6!
Here's the link:
Well I was going to buy the H9 Texan...I guess not now.
Wing Span: 54" (1370mm)
Overall Length: 39" (990mm)
Wing Area: 455 sq in (29.4 dm)
Flying Weight: 3.9 - 4.5 lbs (1.8 - 2.0 kg)
Motor Size: Power 25
Radio: 6 channels w/7 micro servos
Servos: (7) JR Sport MC35's, (1) JR Sport RT88 for optional retracts
Trim Scheme Colors: Ultracote Gray with red and yellow trim
Prop Size: APC 12x8E
Hardware Included: yes
Speed Control : 40 - 60 Amp
Recommended Battery: 11.1 V 4200 mAh 3-cell Li-po
Scale: Stand off Scale
Approx. Assembly Time: 6 - 8 hours
|Aug 23, 2007, 06:25 PM|
I like the model. Nice size. Now i really don't know what to get next. This one....Hyperion's new 109 (whenever it comes out)....or the Graupner's AT-6.
|Aug 23, 2007, 06:59 PM|
Wow. I do not neeeeeeed another plane!
...but this one's going to go on my wish list... If a spot opens up in the hangar due to the loss of another plane it's going up to the top of the list...
|Aug 24, 2007, 03:38 AM|
Skyking, the "SNJ" is the Navy designation to the T-6, AT-6, Harvard line. Everyone who used the plane had their own name for it. This one modeled here is the AT-6: the post WWII USAF version. Which was used in the skies over Korea for light attack and Forward Air Contol.
|Aug 24, 2007, 09:33 AM|
I would love to see e-flite come out with a Corsair along the same lines as the p47. I think a 40 inch wingspan detailed corsair would be great.
I like the looks of this plane a lot. There are a lot of planes in front of this one on my wish list.
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