Scale model of the jet flown by US Navy`s aerobatic team
During the 1950`s and 60`s, the A-4 Skyhawk was in successful service with the US-Marines as a carrier-borne multi-role fighter bomber. Right into the 21st century, aircraft of this type are still being flown by several countries` airforces. This highly maneuverable jet has become world-famous with the spectacular flying displays given by the "Blue Angels“, the US-Navy aerobatic team. We have chosen this aircraft from the "Blue Angels", from one of the batches of different models of the A4 Skyhawk, as the prototype for our model presented here.
The foam constructed model consists of pre-painted components with all servos installed. The individual components, consisting of fuselage, wings, canopy, tail plane and fin, impress with their finely detailed skin panels, maintenance access panels, trim tabs etc. To complete the model, only the joining of the main components as well as fitting the aileron and elevator pushrods is required.
Due to its low weight and compact size, there is a surplus of performance which allows the wished for "Jet-Feeling" to be experienced. Fast rolls, large loops or tight turns underline the dynamic flight appearance and make the pilot`s pulse race.
|Wingspan: 470 mm|
|All-up weight: 460 g|
|Wing Loading: 49.00 g/dm2|
|Wing area: 9.40 dm|
|Length: 690 mm|
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- The 360 3G main blades are designed specifically for extreme 3D flying, featuring both high agility and excellent stability characteristics. The blades have brand new airfoil design, coupled with new painted graphics. In addition, the blades rigidity have been increased for better anti-torsion characteristics during flight. The new airfoil design effectively minimizes turbulence at the blade tips, reducing blade noise and power loss.
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