Deperdussin Monocoque 1.0M Kit, Free Motor, ESC, Servos
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Dancing Wings Hobby Balsa Wood Fi156 Storch (1.6m) Airplane Kit
The Deperdussin Monocoque was an early racing aircraft built in 1912 by the Aeroplanes Deperdussin, a French aircraft manufacturer started in 1911 and recognized as the Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés (SPAD) in 1913.
It is so named because of the method of construction of its fuselage. The aircraft is noted for winning the Gordon Bennett Trophy in 1912 and 1913, and for rasing the world speed record for aircraft to 130mph (210km/h).
This unassembled balsa and lite-ply kit has a solid and lightweight structure design, and it includes a custom molded plastic spinner, functional landing gear, and comprehensive hardware pack that will give you a realistic airplane model. All parts are cut by high-precision laser cutting equipment to ensure every piece fit well and easy to pull out, which allows the modellers to build their airplane model faster and easier.
Suggested Power System:
• Motor: 2216-1200KV (included)
• ESC: 20-30A (included)
• Servo: Four 9g servos (included)
• Propeller: 9-10 inch (included)
• Battery: 3S 1500-2200mAh (not included)
• Radio: more than 4Ch (not included)
• Cool streamlined apperance design
• 1000mm mid-wing monoplane for flexible flight
• Solid and lightweight framework
• Molded plastic cowl, engine hood, authentic landing gear
• Light weight and durable structure design
• Eco friendly wood material with clean and smooth surface
• Accurate laser cutting parts for easy construction
• Comprehensive hardware pack
• Comes in an attractive wooden box to display your beautiful aircraft model
• 1.0m (39.4") Wingspan
• 915mm (36") Length
• 0.8 - 0.9kg (28.2 - 31.7 oz) Flying Weight