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1/4 Scale Piper J3 Kit

Item No. SIGRC48
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1/4 Scale Piper J3 Kit

Item No. SIGRC48
$352.78
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Next Shipment April 2023
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Key Features
  • Construction: Balsa and ply, brass tube jury struts, adjustable tail brace wires
  • Wing: Two-piece, spruce and aluminum struts
  • Cowl: Molded ABS Plastic
  • Landing Gear: Formed wire, steerable leaf spring tail wheel
  • Elevator and Rudder Pushrods: Fiberglass
  • Dummy Engine: Molded ABS Plastic
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In The Box
  • (1) 1/4 Scale Piper J3 Kit
  • Plastic Bungee Covers
  • Plastic Air Cleaner Decals
  • Control Rods
  • Plastic for Windows
  • Hardware
  • Landing Gear
  • Product Manual
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Needed to Complete
  • Radio: 4-channel with six heavy duty servos (2-aileron, 1-elevator, 1-rudder, 1-throttle, 2-flaps, 1-throttle)
  • Receiver Battery: At least 1000mAh
  • Engine: 2-stroke .60 - .90 cu in (10 - 15cc) OR 4-stroke .90 - 1.50 cu in (15 - 25cc)
  • Propeller, glues, building and field equipment
1/4 Scale Piper J3 Kit

Features

  • Top Quality Sig Balsa and Plywood
  • Molded ABS Plastic Engine Cowling
  • Molded ABS Plastic Scale Dummy Engine
  • Molded ABS Plastic Bungee Covers
  • Molded ABS Plastic Air Cleaner Details
  • Fiberglass Elevator and Rudder Pushrods
  • Scale Leaf-Spring Steerable Tailwheel
  • Easy-to-Transport 2-Piece Wing Design
  • Precision Die-Cut Parts
  • Formed Wire Main Landing Gear
  • Spruce and Aluminum Wing Struts
  • Brass Tube Jury Struts
  • Adjustable Tail Brace Wires
  • Complete Hardware Pack
  • Authentic Decals
  • Photo-Illustrated Assembly Manual

"America's Favorite Light Plane"

The yellow Piper J-3 Cub is one of aviation's genuine classics. More than 20,000 Cubs were built between 1937 - 1947, and for years after that, it was the most commonly seen airplane at airports all over the country. Forgiving flight characteristics, light wing loading, and hands-off stability made it perfect for America's weekend pilots. The Cub design is ideal for R/C flying and makes an excellent first-time 1/4-scale building project.