P-40 Warhawk 60 w/Retracts ARF

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Hangar 9's .60-size P-40E is a startlingly accurate scale rendition of an actual Flying Tiger aircraft. It's a finely detailed scale warbird that flies like an agile sport model.

  

Key Features

  • Based on an authentic full-scale Flying Tiger P-40E Warhawk
  • Flies like a sport aerobatic model
  • Durable preinstalled metal retracts rotate 90 degrees
  • Lightweight balsa-and-ply construction
  • High-quality prepainted fi berglass cowl and belly pan
  • Covered in authentic Hangar 9 UltraCote – Olive Drab (HANU904), Cocoa (HANU876) and Light Gray (HANU882)

Overview

The P-40 was one of World War II’s most popular U.S. fighter planes. The last of Curtiss Aircraft’s famous “Hawk” line that originated in the 1930s, the P-40 eventually morphed into the P-40E. This heavily armed and armored craft was used by the American Volunteer Group in China. Hangar 9’s .60-size P-40E is a startlingly accurate scale rendition of an actual Flying Tiger aircraft owned by Rudy Frasca of Urbana, Illinois. With its realistic scale looks and sensational sport performance, the P-40E Warhawk 60 ARF perfectly captures the spirit.

Product Specifications

Wingspan: 64.6 in (1641 cm)
Overall Length: 52 in (1321 cm)
Wing Area: 709.4 sq in (45.8 cm)
Flying Weight: 7.5 - 8.5 lbs (3.4 - 3.9 kg)
Engine Size: .61 - 1.00 (2-stroke); .91 - 1.00 (4-stroke)
Radio: 5 channels
Servos: 6
Trim Scheme Colors: Ultracote: Olive Drab (U904), Cocoa (U876) and Light Gray (U882)

Needed to Complete


Recommended power systems for “Electric Convertible*” HANGAR 9 models:


P-40E Warhawk 60 ARF
Motor: E-flite Power 60 (EFLM4060A)

ESC: Castle Creations Phoenix 80 (CSEPHX80; Standard settings with 18V Soft Li-Po cut off and no brake)

Prop: APC 15x10E (APC15010E)

Battery: Thunder Power Pro Lite 6000mAh 6S3P (THP60003S3PPL x2 in series)

Flying Weight w/Battery: 8.8 lbs

Amps Volts Watts Input Watts/Pound RPM
56.0 21.3 1195 136 7375



This power system setup delivers an excellent balance of thrust and top speed for the P-40. Average duration is approximately 8-15 minutes depending on throttle management.

*Conversion may require some minor airframe modifications along with installation of motor mount and motor, electronic speed control, battery tray and battery packs.

 

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