P-40 Warhawk Giant-Scale ARF
When Tigers ruled the skies.
Made famous by Colonel Claire Chennault's "Flying Tigers" squadron at the onset of World War II, the P-40 Warhawk had one of the most impressive kill-to-loss ratios of any Allied fighter plane. Equally impressive is Top Flite's IMAA-legal, giant-scale replica of the P-40, which utilizes Gold Edition engineering to capture the exciting details of this revered warbird in a great-flying ARF!
- Built-up balsa and ply airframe with fiberglass cowl, belly pan and landing gear pods.
- Exceptional scale flight characteristics using affordable and easy-to-maintain 43-55 cc gasoline engines.
- Factory-applied, matte-finish MonoKote® film covering.
- Many scale touches that you won't find on any other giant-scale P-40 ARF, including a realistic cockpit and a red aluminum spinner!
Wingspan: 86 in (2,185 mm) Wing Area: 1,262 in² (81.4 dm²) Weight: 23-24 lb (10.4-10.9 kg) Wing Loading: 42-44 oz/ft² (128-134 g/dm²) Length: 72 in (1,830 mm) Requirements: 2.6-3.3 (43-55 cc) gasoline or glow engine, Radio system with a minimum of 5 channels (9-channel or greater with 9 servos recommended)