The Piper Cub was produced in the early thirties and forties and quickly became one of the most beloved light aircraft of all time. Its successor, the Super Cub, was produced from 1949 to 1994 and continued the tradition of maneuverability and ease of flight started by the original. This model is 3D engineered to produce precision parts that match perfectly with the full scale version. It features removable wings for easy transportation, and is pre-cut and pre-sheeted for quicker construction.
Wingspan: 107 in (2720 mm) Length: 68.6 in (1742 mm) Wing area: 1705 in2 (110 dm2)Wing loading: 26.7 oz/ft2 (81.5 g/dm2) Requires: 6-channel radio, 8 hi-torque servos, receiver battery, propeller, 30cc gas engine OR 2500W brushless outrunner motor with 5000-6000mAh 12S LiPo battery and 120-160A ESC.