Seagull Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Navy Blue 33cc 1800mm / 71"
The Bearcat concept began during a meeting between Battle of Midway veteran F4F Wildcat pilots and Grumman Vice President Jake Swirbul at Pearl Harbor on 23 June 1942. At the meeting, Lieutenant Commander Jimmie Thach emphasized one of the most important requirements in a good fighter plane was "climb rate". Seagull has done a meticulous job in designing Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat as close to scale as possible and enjoying unmatchable flight characteristics.
Features of the new
SEAGULL GRUMMAN F8F-2 BEARCAT NAVY BLUE 1800MM / 71" 33cc ( SEA-324 )
- Accurate outline
- Unique Navy Blue scheme, also called Corsair blue
- ARF construction that goes together well in a strong structural design
- Pilot figures included
- 8 Channel Radio and 10 servos
|Flying weight||6.0 - 6.5 kg|
|Power system||Gas 33cc / 4-stroke 1.6 / 2-stroke 1.2|
|EP conversion||10 cells, 5200mAh Lipo, 80A HV ESC|