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Falcon 120 Fiber Glass Pusher Jet for Glow 1.20 Engine 1600mm w/flaps (ARF)

Falcon 120 Fiber Glass Pusher Jet for Glow 1.20 Engine 1600mm w/flaps (ARF)

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Falcon-120
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Falcon 120 Fiberglass Pusher Jet for Glow 1.20 Engine 1600mm with Split flaps (ARF) - Building experience WILL be required, includes instructions, fixed gear, fuel tank & all hardware, retract ready, easy conversion to EP.

Specs:
Wing Span: 63 in /1600mm
Wing area: 1007.5 sq in / 65 sq dm
Flying weight: 12.3 lb / 5600g
Fuselage length: 76.8 in /1950mm

Requires:
Your Own 6 Channel TX/RX
11 x Standard Servo
1.20 Glow Engine (2st) or EP Equivalent
RX Battery

 

  • SKU Falcon-120
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 7460.0000
  • Length 1300.00
  • Width 255.00
  • Height 480.00
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This is my second Falcon 120. First one still flying fine after over 5 years with Wren 54. Has been steadily upgraded with Hobbyking electric retracts and larger tank. Original maiden flight video here http://vimeo.com/14039810. Check all glue joints and reinforce where necessary as build quality is somewhat variable especially if fitting a turbine. Plane is fine with a little thought and time investing in it. It takes off and lands very nicely from our grass patch and handles very predictably in the air. Make sure it is balanced empty and with retracts up.

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This is my second Falcon 120. First one still flying fine after over 5 years with Wren 54. Has been steadily upgraded with Hobbyking electric retracts and larger tank. Original maiden flight video here http://vimeo.com/14039810. Check all glue joints and reinforce where necessary as build quality is somewhat variable especially if fitting a turbine. Plane is fine with a little thought and time investing in it. It takes off and lands very nicely from our grass patch and handles very predictably in the air. Make sure it is balanced empty and with retracts up.

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