VQ Models Introduces the new ARF Model Aircraft AT6 Texan .46 EP/GP Model.
Product Description: The AT-6 Texan features a light all wood fuselage and foil covered rib wings. The highly detailed covering and weathered look of the whole plane make this kit an extremely realistic model. The kit includes a professionally painted fiberglass cowl and hand painted pilot. The additional available retracts and oleo struts further enhance the scale looks of this amazing Warbird.
Features: All balsa and light-ply consturtion Fully covered with weathered detailing Fiberglass cowling Hand Painted pilot Detailed cockpit Control surface pre-hinged and installed !! Fixed undercarriage Great scale details that closely match the fullscale AT6 Generous sized battery hatch, you can easily use either Electric or Nitro for power
Specifications: Wingspan: 60.5" 1.540mm Fuselage: 40" 1.030mm Weight: 2.5 - 2.7kgs Engine: .40 - .46 (2-stroke) .52 -.70 (4-stroke) nitro engine) Brushless Motor: As Scorpion SII 3032 series Radio: Minimum 5 channels with 6 servos for nitro (5 servos for Brushless Motor)
What's in the Box: 1x VQ AT6 Texan ARF Model Kit Assembly instructions with stage photos Tail Wheel assembly Fiberglass cowling Fiberglass painted pilot Wheels
What you need to fly: Assembly, Transmitter 4-6 channels, Servos 5 or 6pcs, Nitro Engine or Brushless Motor, Propeller (for nitro or for Brushless Motor (Electric type)), Lipo Battery, UBEC or ESC Brushless 60-80A, Servo Leads, Glue, Tools, Silicone Fuel Line, Battery Hatch, etc..
The Texan remains a favorite trainer aircraft among warbird collectors around the world. Texans are manufactured by North American Aviation for training fighter pilots of the United States Army Air Forces, United States Navy, Royal Air Force and other air forces of the British Commonwealth during WWII. The T-6 is has many designations depending on the model and operating air force and the USAAC called it as T-6. The first AT-6 built was in 1938. It incorporates a Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN-1 Wasp radial engine w/600 h.p. The AT-6 is fitted with a single fixed .30 cal. machine gun, used for basic aerial and air-to-ground gunnery training. The AT-6G has a crew of two, a student and an instructor. It has a maximum speed of 208 mph at 5,000 ft and a range of 730 miles. Ever since World War II, the T-6 has been a regular participant at air shows and was featured in many movies. There are over 15,000 AT-6's built with over 1,200 still in existence. here are over 15,000 AT-6's built with over 1,200 still in existence.!
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