The PC-9 is in service with many Air Forces around the world,
including the Royal Australian Air Force. We chose the PC-9
for it good looks and the expectation it would fly well
as a model. We were right on both counts! It flies very
well, no doubt helped by the larger than normal tail surfaces
providing positive pitch and directional control. The model
rolls and loops quickly and accurately. AND it looks good!
You can easily Search the Web for a colour scheme you like.
The wings and fuselage are all EPP and
are cut by a computer controlled hotwire. All the parts
key together perfectly. Servo, battery and receiver mountings
are precut for standard size radio gear. Not a lot left
Assembly time 5-10 hours over 3 days.
- Day 1; Read the instructions! Glue the
spars into the wing, cover the wings, install radio gear
in the fuselage and attach the tailplane.
- Day 2; Cover the fuselage. Glue on the
wings, leave over night
- Day 3; GO FLY!!!!!!!
- Span: 1.2M /4'
- Length: 0.8M / 3'
- Weight: 700gm /1.5lbs
- R/C: 2Ch, Elev/Ail
- Wind: 10km/h+
- Suits: Beg-Exp.
- JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING!
- Computer EPP Wings
- Fuselage with precut mounts for radio
- All Hardware, spars etc
- Balsa Ailerons, Corflute (plastic) tailplane
- Covering & Reinforcing tape
- Instruction Manual
- Special Adhesive for EPP