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Arrows Hobby F8F Bearcat with Retracts PNP (ARR005P)

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The F8F Bearcat was a WWII era carrier-based piston fighter aircraft. Unlike contemporary fighters aircraft that were designed with a 'bigger is better' mentality, the Pratt and Whitney R-2800 "Twin Wasp" equipped Bearcat is a nimble and agile aircraft with plenty of power to spare. Arrows Hobby faithfully recreates the F8F in exceptional realism. Despite its compact size, the realistic landing gear, panel lines, functional flaps, pilot and auxiliary fuel tank were all replicated realistically. The preinstalled 40A ESC and 3536 KV850 power system is adapted for scale and sport flight manoeuvres. For scale lovers, the Bearcat awaits.

Features
* Electric Motor 3536 850kV Motor
* 40A ESC
* High power-to-weight ratio
* Recommended battery 11.1V 2200mAh 25C required
* Oversized battery compartment for a multitude of battery sizes and capacities
* 6 x Pre-installed high quality servos
* Highly detailed realistic and functional flaps and landing gear
* Removable auxiliary fuel tank
* High-strength airframe.
* Easy assembly
* Water-based paint

Specification
* Length: 882mm / 34.72in
* Wingspan: 1100mm / 43.31in

What's in the Box
* Factory assembled and painted fuselage
* Factory assembled and painted 1-piece wing
* Factory assembled and painted tail set
* Pre-installed 3536 850kV Motor
* Pre-installed 40A ESC with XT60 connector
* Pre-installed electric retracts
* Scale 4-blade propeller and spinner set
* Elevator spar
* Removable fuel tank
* Screw and push rod set
* Instruction manual

Required to Complete
* Radio System: 6 channel Transmitter and receiver
* Flight battery: Recommended 11.1V 2200mAh 25C LiPo
* Suitable Lipo charger

 

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Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 401694
Weight 2000.0000

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