The PC-9 is a Turboprop military training aircraft that is used by several counties around the world, including Australia. Although built by Pilatus in Switzerland, the PC-9 is actually marketed by BAE Systems, armed versions are also in service with several countries, to date, over 250 have been built.
The H-King PC-9 is a great looking and flying easy build plug and fly model with great performance. The one piece wing is removable for easy transport and the fixed undercarriage can be removed for those wanting to bellyland, for those using the supplied under-carriage, the nosewheel is steerable to keep your PC-9 tracking true. All servos, the motor and ESC are pre-installed and the model features a novel swing up canopy for easy battery access. The model comes with a spare prop & spinner as well as the tools needed to complete the build.
The PC-9 is a great sport fly scale model that is capable of all the basic aerobatic maneuvers, it is made from super tough EPO foam so it can stands some knocks, it is nicely priced and cheap to get into the air, practical and good looking, this is a great scale parkflyer!
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Very nice model. Arrived within three days in good condition. Very scale looking model with detailed panel lines and even two pilots.
No manual, but easy build:
- CG is on the first inboard panel line on the top of the wing.
- Not much room for electronics. Just enough space for the 1300mAh battery, but still had to cut some foam away for the wires.
- The nosewheel was loose at arrival and the screw couldn't be tightened, but a little epoxy fixed it.
- The magnets to keep the cockpit closed were not glued on. You might to use a piece of velcro on the battery to prevent it from falling out in case the canopy opens in flight.
- I attached the ailerons and rudder on the second and the elevator on the inboard hole of the control horns. So medium throw on rudder and ailerons, minimum on elevator.
It flies like it's on rails as long as keep your speed up. Motor lacks a bit of power, so don't except unlimited verticals. Due to it's dark color scheme it's easy to lose track of the attitude in flight, so maybe paint or stick some white lines to the bottom.
Overall great value for money and a very nice scale airplane.
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I bought this PC-9 around 20th of Sep. 2012. It's easy to set up, but there are many places that you need to strengthen before the maiden flight. I use 11.1V 1300mA 20C battery. The thrust of this plane is pretty anemic, 50pcnt throttle is not enough to make a safe turn and it has a tendency to fly lower and lower if all control surfaces are set to neutral. Good point is that it's also pretty forgiving, when it begins to stall, the head goes down first, and wing rolls to one side, so you can feel the shaky of this plane and gradually increase power to get out of it :-) overall, nice plane, but as many Art-Tech airplanes, it's anemic. This PC-9 also has a unique flight character, much different handling feeling than most of airplanes I flied (I flied E-flight UMX Mig, T-28, Art-tech wing dragon, Pitts Special, HK Edge540 800mm and Solo1500) It doesn't require high skill to fly this PC-9, but must keep in mind that it stalls in banking even sometimes even throttle at 50pcnt.......