Art-Tech's Mini P-47 Thunderbolt has exceptional scale realism and great flight performance. It's a joy to fly with easy and relaxed controls and can even do some aerobatics.
Republic Aviation's P-47 Thunderbolt, also known as the "Jug", was the largest, heaviest, and most expensive fighter aircraft in history to be powered by a single reciprocating engine. It was one of the main United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) fighters of World War II, and served with other Allied air forces. The P-47 was very effective in air combat but proved especially adept at ground attack. It was a swift, multi-role fighter that was as much of a menace to ground targets as it was enemy aircraft. Its rugged airframe, armored cockpit and eight .50-caliber machine guns allowed its pilots to fly into the teeth of heavy fire, devastate a ground target and still make it home despite significant damage.
The Art Tech P47 Thunderbolt delivers with its classic and scale appearance, with vivid and excellent scale details. With the creative use of "SSS" (Smooth / Strong / Scale) material for the fuselage and main wings, it has the perfect characteristics of solid crash resistance combined with smooth and stunning appearance. The external brushless motor, delivers enough power to easily achieve loop, inverted, and roll maneuvers. Art Tech calls these series a 200- level design. It falls within the mini plane stable and produces stable and relaxed flight characteristics suitable for the beginner to practice and powerful enough for the experienced pilot to enjoy. With the excellent craftsmanship it can also serve as a static display.
This plane is ready to fly and the electronics are pre-assembled. Limited build time is required to finish the model and ready it for flight.
- Wingspan: 650mm/25.6in
- Length: 570mm/22.4in
- Weight (With battery): 320g/11.3 oz
- R/C System: E-FLY-4BⅡ 2.4GHz
- Propeller: 7*4.5
- Motor: DST-1200 Out runner brushless
- ESC: 10A Brushless
- Battery: 800mAh，11.1V Li-po
- Sevro: 5g×4
Required to Fly:
AA batteries for transmitter