Thursday, December 13, 2018

PH087 – PC21 PILATUS MK2 .120 OR 30CC SCALE 1:5 ARF

PH087 – PC21 PILATUS MK2 .120 OR 30CC SCALE 1:5  ARF

    From November 1997, Pilatus flew a modified PC-7 Mk.II to test various improvements for a next generation turboprop trainer. In November 1998, Pilatus decided to privately fund the development of the PC-21 training system. Full-scale development was launched in January 1999. Extensive wind tunnel tests were performed to validate the CAD/CAM design. A PC-7 MK.II was converted into a proof of concept aircraft to test higher wing loadings, spoilers, the 1600 shp engine and power management system. Roll out of the first PC-21 prototype was on 30 April 2002 at the Stans factory. The aircraft will be certified in 2004, with first deliveries possible from late that year, it was said at the roll out.
    Now you can experience the spirit of the PILATUS in this giant-scale dream, PHOENIX MODEL's 1.20 sized replica of he real thing. The PILATUS PC21 ARF, based on the most recent version of the PC21, is an easy-to-assemble, easy -to-fly blast for any pilot interested in large-scale flight. Functioning scale flaps make takeoffs and landings a breeze. Factory-created scale detail like the canopy, control surfaces. Its authentic ORACOVER covering supplies a superior sheen. The PILATUS PC21 ARF is part of PHOENIX MODEL's complete line of top-quality aircraft and accessories.

Views: 33611

PH114 – SUPER CUB PA-18 SCALE 1:4 Size 30cc ARF

PH114 – SUPER CUB  PA-18 SCALE 1:4 Size 30cc ARF

The Piper Cub is a small, simple, light aircraft that was built between 1937 and 1947 by Piper Aircraft. With tandem (fore and aft) seating, it was intended for flight training but became one of the most popular and best-known light aircraft of all time.
 Phoenix Model has brilliantly captured the spirit of the Super Cub PA-18 with this outstanding, giant-scale recreation. 3-D computer engineering produces parts that fit with absolute precision for straight, strong assembly. Slotted flaps provide function as well as scale appearance. The wings are removable should you want to disassemble it for transportation or storage. A real favourite with scale pilots, this is a Cub you will be proud to own.

Views: 19941

PH115 – TUCANO 60CC GP/EP SCALE 1:4 ¼ ARF

PH115 – TUCANO 60CC GP/EP SCALE 1:4 ¼ ARF

    A real beauty aircraft. Anyone who likes the war birds is bound to love this airplane. It has a large wing and very strong construction. Control surface size and the right tail moment promise great flying characteristics, wide speed range, slow landings and precise aerobatics. An impressive scale Landing gear is also included with the kit. It is designed exclusively for this aircraft. It is a piece of engineering of its own. The Tucano is an easy-to-assemble, easy -to-fly blast for any pilot interested in large-scale flight. Functioning scale flaps make takeoffs and landings a breeze. Factory-created scale detail like the canopy, cockpit, pilot, control surfaces... Its authentic ORACOVER covering supplies a superior sheen. The TUCANO ARF is part of PHOENIX MODEL's complete line of top-quality aircraft and accessories.

Views: 42298

PH129 – F4U CORSAIR SIZE 60CC GP/EP SCALE 1:5 ½ ARF

PH129 – F4U CORSAIR  SIZE 60CC GP/EP SCALE 1:5 ½ ARF

     Regarded by many as the most formidable of all WWII American fighters, the F4U Corsair was a versatile, carrier-capable aircraft that provided excellent air and ground support. The Phoenix Corsair F4U 60cc ARF is built with the scale RC pilot in mind who wants a giant-scale model that’s as versatile as it is realistic. One of the greatest convenience features is the two-pieces fuselage, which features plug-in outer panels- Making assembly and transport super convenient. The airfoiled horizontal tail sections are removable as well. It’s also come with a full set rotary 90 degree air retract. Corsair is a registered trademark of Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation and is used under license to Phoenix Model .

Views: 24055

PH141 – P47 THUNDERBOLT GP/EP SIZE 30-35CC SCALE 1:6 ¼ ARF

PH141 – P47 THUNDERBOLT GP/EP SIZE 30-35CC SCALE 1:6 ¼ ARF

The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt was the largest, heaviest, and most expensive fighter aircraft in history to be powered by a single piston engine. It was heavily armed with eight .50-caliber machine guns, four per wing. When fully loaded, the P-47 weighed up to eight tons, and in the fighter-bomber ground-attack roles could carry five-inch rockets or a significant bomb load of 2,500 pounds; over half the weight the B-17 bomber  could carry on long-range missions
    Phoenix Model’s P-47 Thunderbolt ARF is a remarkably accurate rendition of America’s favorite fighter airplane. This 33cc-sized almost-ready-to-fly airplane was designed and crafted to be the most realistic sport-scale ARF on the market. 3-D computer engineering produces parts that fit with absolute precision for straight, strong assembly. Slotted flaps provide function as well as scale appearance, concealing the control horns internally to maintain scale lines. Phoenix Model has thought of just about everything to make set up convenient, including a removable, and large top hatch for battery packs or radio equipment.

Views: 23165

PH169– WESTLAND LYSANDER GP/EP Size 61cc Scale 1:4 ¾ ARF

PH169– WESTLAND LYSANDER GP/EP Size 61cc Scale 1:4 ¾ ARF

WESTLAND LYSANDER GP/EP Size 61cc Scale 1:4 ¾ ARF

Views: 8815

PH171– SPITFIRE GP/EP Size 50-61cc Scale 1:4 ¾ ARF

PH171– SPITFIRE GP/EP Size 50-61cc Scale 1:4 ¾ ARF

SPITFIRE GP/EP Size 50-61cc Scale 1:4 ¾ ARF

Views: 14863

PH173– WACO GP/EP Size 50-61cc Scale 1:4 ARF

PH173– WACO GP/EP Size 50-61cc Scale 1:4  ARF

WACO GP/EP Size 50-61cc Scale 1:4  ARF

Views: 9854

PH183– STUKA Ju87 GP/EP SCALE 1:5 ¾ Size 60cc ARF

PH183– STUKA Ju87 GP/EP SCALE 1:5 ¾  Size 60cc ARF

STUKA Ju87 GP/EP SCALE 1:5 ¾  Size 60cc ARF

Views: 6440

PH185 - MUSTANG P51 GP/EP 50-61 CC SCALE 1:5 ¼ ARF

PH185 - MUSTANG P51 GP/EP 50-61 CC SCALE 1:5 ¼ ARF

The P-51 Mustang was a solution to the clear need for an effective bomber escort. The Mustang was at least as simple as other aircraft of its era. It used a common, reliable engine and had internal space for a huge fuel load. With external fuel tanks, it could accompany the bombers all the way to Germany and back. Enough P-51s became available to the 8th and 9th Air Forces in the winter of 1943–44.
 For the ultimate, realistic flight experience, the P-51 comes with all-metal mechanical spring-loaded strut assemblies. The P-51 comes out of the box with all kinds of details that have been finished for the consumer, including a factory-painted fiberglass cowl, scale antenna, scale-shaped spinner, and much more. For a high-quality outer surface and realistic appearance, the P-51 is dressed with Oracover.

Views: 46655