There I found the Toledo Special and, since I had been looking for a 40 size Cub or Decathalon style plane, thought
A month or so ago, I was on the Horizon site www.horizonhobby.com
and checked out the"New realeases" section.
that it looked interesting and different from all the "yellow" planes that you see everywhere. AsI read the Overview
I thought; I'm a product of the 40's
.......sometimes, I'm a smooth-flyer
........ I'm ready for a swingin" good time
I don't like stressing out
......so, it's a natural for me to do the review for RCU. Since Hangar 9 provides all the necessary
hardware for the option of using either glow or electric, it was perfect for me to do the clean & quiet electric version.
It took a little bugging of some industry people, but I GOTIT!!!!!!! Sooooooooo.......LET'S GETITON!!!!
[*]"Golden-Age" trim scheme gives plane a classic look and high visibility [*]Bolt-on rudder and stabilizer for ease of assembly [*]Two-piece wing allows for easy transport[/list]SPECS:
[*]Wingspan: 69.5 in (1765.3mm) [*]Overall Length: 50.8 in (1290.75mm) [*]Wing Area: 702.8 sq in (45.3 sq dm) Flying Weight:6.25 lb [*]Engine Size: Glow 2-cycle .40–.46, 4-cycle .56–.72 [*]Motor Size: E-flite® Power 46 Outrunner [*]Radio: Minimum 4-channel [*]Servos: 5 standard servos (4 for EP option) [*]Trim Scheme Colors: Cream (HANU878), Sky Blue (HANU875) [*]Wing Loading: 20.5 oz per sq ft [*]Spinner Size: 2.25 in (included) [*]Prop Size: 12 x 6.5 or 13 x 7 [*]Speed Control: 60-amp ESC[*]Recommended Battery: 4-cell 3850mAh Li-Po