PT-17 Stearman 1600mm ARF
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Dancing Wings PT-17 Stearman 1600mm Balsa ARF
The majority of U.S. pilots of World War 2 received their primary flight training in the famous Stearman Trainer. This excellent 2-place biplane was known as the PT-17 when delivered to Army flight training centers. The Navy designations were N2S-1 and N2S-4. Nearly 3,000 were built in the 1940-43 period and, in the post war era and up to modern times, the Stearman Trainer has been successfully used as a stunt plane and crop duster.
Stearman Aircraft became a subsidiary of Boeing in 1934.
Required for Completion:
(1) 6-Channel or above transmitter
(1) 6-Channel receiver
(4) 37oz metal gear servos
(1) G60 motor
(1) 80A ESC
(1) 6S 22.2V, 5000mAh EC5 connector, 45C Li-Po battery and charger
(1) Hour assembly time
|Wing Span:||1600mm (63 in)|
|Fuselage Length:||1350mm (53 in)|
|Motor:||G60 Equivalent Brushless Motor|
|Servo:||4x 37g for Electric or 5x 37g for Gas|