Coming out of the former Soviet Union, the Sukhoi Su-26 is powered by a single radial reciprocating engine producing up to 430hp, mid-mounted straight wings and lightweight airframe make this maneuverable plane dominate the aerobatic World and European championships in the mid-2000's. An airshow favorite and regarded as one of the best aerobatic planes of all time.
Our latest almost ready to fly version of the Sukhoi Su-26 is built with traditional balsa and light ply construction and when combined with a powerful powertrain will give you a fantastic 3D and aerobatic machine. Professionally covered airframe and with a fiberglass color-matched cowl in a spectacular scheme will help with orientation and make you stand out from the crowd. When flying the Sukhoi you will be able to perform all the classic aerobatic stunts from big loops to hammerhead stalls, then when you pour on the power the Su-26 can make it look easy with all your 3D maneuvers from harriers to the more experienced rolling circles.
Become the aerobatic champion at your club with the 20cc 60 inch Sukhoi Su-26.
• Traditionally built balsa and ply construction
• Designed for both gas and electric power train
• Professionally covered
• Color matched fiberglass cowl and wheel spats
• Lightweight aerobatic 3D sports plane
• Great scheme for orientation
• Almost ready to fly
• All hardware and landing gear included
Wingspan: 1520mm (60")
Length: 1490mm (58.5")
Wing area: 47.6sq.dm (738sq.in)
Flying weight: 2300-2500g (5-5.5lbs)
1 x Sukhoi Su-26 ARF
All required hardware
Comprehensive instruction manual
Electric Brushless Outrunner or gas powered engine
Electronic speed controller
5-6S LiPoly battery
16x10 or 17
Up to 6 high voltage, digital, metal gear servos
Minimum 4 channel Transmitter and receiver
Glues and tools for an ARF RC model
Further to my first post. The answer to my question is that this plane takes two elevator servos, so there is no joiner.
BTW all of the hardware is high quality.
CheersTook delivery just now. Not double boxed but the box is super strong, so no damage. No instructions whatsoever, so only for experienced builders. Only thing I'm trying to figure out is how the elevator halves are joined/connected. There is no metal joiner that inserts into each of the two halves. There is a solid piece of ply about 150mm long by 10mmx5mm, so maybe that is what was intended to be used. I think I will go electric, I would have thought a 20cc petrol engine would be too much for this and make it way to nose heavy