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The 58.6" span PC-9 Pilatus is the ideal sport aerobat, combining first-class flight characteristics with easy assembly. Features glow and electric power compatibility, high-quality film covering, retracts and CNC struts, two pilot figures, a one-piece wing with NACA airfoils and much, much more.
Compatible with glow and electric power set-ups.
Superb flight characteristics, with an accurate scale outline.
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5.0 star rating
Nicely detailed plane!
Review by Randy G. on 23 Mar 2018review stating Nicely detailed plane!
I bought this plane on sale last November and assembled it a couple of months ago. I have not flown it yet. The plane came well packaged and there was no damage to any of the components. Covering is beautiful and there were few wrinkles.Cockpit details are better than most ARF's with full instrumentation and nicely detailed pilots.
This was my first balsa ARF and I did find it a bit of a challenge at times. However, I took my time and the end result was quite nice. While some have tried to steer beginner builders away from this plane, I think it is manageable as long as you've had some decent flying experience and read supplemental info available on RC Groups web site and study the videos. It also helps to belong to a club where you can get advice from other pilots. However, I would not recommend the kit to someone who is very new to the hobby. I opted to keep the mechanical gear (instead of swapping them for electronic retracts) that came with the plane and those are a little tricky to set up. I may still need to tweak them a bit.
Wiring is also a bit of a challenge since the plane is low wing and the receiver, by necessity needs to be mounted in the fuse in the rear. Requires lots of extensions and the some Y harnesses for the gear and ailerons. Also, as some folks have noted, you will require two retract servo's (one for nose gear and one for wing gear) for this plane in addition to two aileron, one elevator, one rudder and one nose wheel steering servo.
I suspect landing speeds may also be a bit faster due to the weight and lack of flaps. I've been flying for a couple of years and am looking forward to moving up to this plane. Building it was decent learning experience. Hopefully I can keep it in one piece as I would hate to crash this nice bird.
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4.0 star rating
Review by Dfiasco on 19 Sep 2017review stating Expectations
I bought this model because of the scale detail and that it had retracts. I did install a slightly larger than recommended four stroke engine (.70FS) There were issues with the mounting as I wanted it to be mounted inverted to give the plane better looks. The mechanical retracts that came with the plane can be an issue setting up as it is a cable pull-pull on the from and one servo with connecting rods to the mains. Overall the plane flies very well. Looks scale in the air and a lot of interest when flying at are club.
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3.0 star rating
Lots of work
Review by F4 P. on 14 Aug 2018review stating Lots of work
I wanted to mount a OS55ax in the plane. The fuel tank provided will not fit in the space designated with the nose gear retracted. Now what do I do?
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