Pilatus Flugzeugwerke AG was founded in late 1939 by Oerlikon, Switzerland's leading arms manufacturer, to manufacture aircraft for the Swiss domestic market, and in particular the air force, the Flugwaffe. The first PC-9 was officially rolled out at Stans, Switzerland, on 9 May 1984, having flown two days earlier, and was registered HB-HPA. While an evolutionary development of the PC-7, the PC-9 has little structural commonality with its predecessor.
Seagull introduces the PC-9 120 ARF, a superb scale replica of the trainer used by the militaries of various countries worldwide. The top-quality, lightweight balsa/plywood construction is covered in genuine Hangar 9 UltraCote for easy repairs. The fiberglass cowl comes factory painted for added realism with easy installation. Mechanical retracts are included to add to the level of realism. Perfect for intermediate to advanced pilots, the PC-9 is a scale beauty.
- ARF construction that is easy to assemble
- Mechanical retracts included for added realism
- Pilots and other scale details included to provide a good looking plane right out of the box
- UltraCote covered with a painted fiberglass cowling for easy repairs
- All the hardware needed to finish assembly is included
You will need... - 6+ Channel Transmitter and Receiver radio system - 8 Servos - Engine - Propeller - Fuel
Wingspan: 71 in (180 cm) Overall Length: 66.1 in (168 cm) Wing Area: 789 sq in (50.9 sq dm) Flying Weight: 10.1-11.9 lb (4.6-5.4kg) Engine Size: 1.20 2-stroke, 1.10-1.25 4-stroke Motor Size: Power 110 Radio: 6 channel radio system minimum Servos: 8 servos required CG (center of gravity): 70 mm back from the leading edge of the wing, measured at the wing tip Control Throw (Ailerons): Low Rate: 5 mm up/down; High Rate: 9.5 mm up/down Control Throw (Elevator): Low Rate: 8 mm up/down; High Rate: 16 mm up/down Control Throw (Rudder): Low Rate: 19 mm right/left; High Rate: 32 mm right/left Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years Experience Level: Advanced Recommended Environment: Outdoor Assembly Time: 20+Hours Is Assembly Required: Yes