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PC9 Roulettes size (46-60)
PC9 Roulettes size (46-60)
 
The VMAR Pilatus PC9 45-61 ARF is the most authentic rendition available as an ARF. come with Australian Roulettes Aerobatic color.

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History : The Bombardier Harvard II is a single-engined turboprop aircraft built by the Raytheon Aircraft Company (now Hawker Beechcraft). It is used by the United States Air Force for basic pilot training and by the United States Navy for Primary and Intermediate Joint Naval Flight Officer (NFO) and Air Force Navigator / Weapon Systems Officer (WSO) training. It is replacing the Air Force's T-37B Tweet and the Navy's T-34C Turbo Mentor. The Bombardier Harvard II is also used as a basic trainer by the Canadian Forces (CT-156 Harvard II) and the Greek Air Force. The Harvard II is a development of the Pilatus PC-9, modified significantly by Beechcraft in order to enter the Joint Primary Aircraft Training System (JPATS) competition in the 1990s. A similar arrangement between Pilatus and British Aerospace had also been in place for an Royal Air Force competition in the 1980s, although this competition selected the Shorts Tucano. The aircraft was designated under the 1962 United States Tri-Service aircraft designation system and named for the decades-earlier T-6 Texan. The Beechcraft brand has since been purchased from Raytheon by Onex Corporation as Hawker Beechcraft. The Bombardier Harvard II is built by Hawker Beechcraft in Wichita, Kansas. Although the design is heavily based on the Pilatus PC-9, the Bombardier Harvard II is a complete redesign from the ground up, and is considerably more sophisticated and powerful. Kit already come with pilot and detailing cockpit Pre-Installed Gear Struts included! About This Aircraft : The CT-156 Harvard II is a variant used for pilot instruction in the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC), located at 15 Wing, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. They are leased to the Canadian Forces Air Command by the program's administrator, Bombardier. Cockpit layout, ejection protocols, and performance mimic the CT-155 Hawk jet trainer also used by the NTFC. The NFTC has 24 Harvard II aircraft owned and maintained by Bombardier. Versi Pilatus Terbaik Menurut Para Penggemar Pilatus BUILD TODAY and FLY TOMORROW A.R.F. ( Almost Ready to Fly ) model aircraft are becoming very popular due mainly to their relatively cheap price. They are around 90% pre-built and are quick and easy to get in the air if time is at a premium. It is quite possible to buy an A.R.F. today, put it together tomorrow and go fly it the next day! Generally, all that is needed to build the model is to join the wings, install the horizontal and vertical stabilizers and bolt on the undercarriage. Then all that is needed is to install the engine, fuel tank and radio gear and your finished. Over the years I have assembled many A.R.F.'s and have never found one that did not fly well. VMAR Manufacturing of Vietnam produce an extensive range of A.R.F.'s with 2 of them being PC9A's in the 'Roulettes' livery. The smaller one has a wingspan of 1530mm and takes engines in the .40 - .50 2 cycle range or .52 - .70 4 cycle range. The big ones wingspan is 2055mm (IMAA legal) and a 1.2 2 cycle is ideal. I have both models and they are a real pleasure to fly, particularly the large one. They take off easily, will do every manoeuvre in the book and are a delight to land. As with all A.R.F.'s the VMAR PC9 is designed to take an 'average' type and size engine as it would be impossible to produce some models to suit one particular brand of engine and some to suit another brand, and another and another etc. So whilst a particular engine might 'drop in' without any problems, it could well be necessary to make alterations to get a different brand of engine to fit. With a bit of thought this is not an insurmountable problem. It should be remembered that these models are not for beginners therefore purchasers will have some experience in building and will be quite able to make any necessary alterations. I have a GMS47 in the small PC9 and a GMS120 in the lager PC9. Both of these engines perform extremely well and match the models perfectly. The instructions books with the kits are good and easy to follow. Always join the wing first and , when the glue has set, bolt it to the fusulage. By doing this you can then line up the stab. and fin with the wing before gluing them in. It is important to have the tail feathers all true and square to the wing to ensure the best possible flight performance. Once the model is together it is a simple matter of installing the servos and connecting up the pushrods, which are already installed. Install the rest of the radio gear, engine, fuel tank and cowl and go fly your PC9. Thankyou Brian Munns. http://www.pilatus-enthusiasts.com.au/VMAR.html
Specification : Span: 57-3/4 in (1497 mm) Area: 540 sq in Airfoil: Symmetrical Length: 47-50 in. (1194-1270mm) Flying Weight (Dry): 5-1/2-6 lbs (2500-2730g) Engine: .46-.61 cu in. (6.5-10cc). JBA Recommended. For High Performance use JBA-61 Radio: 4ch with 4 servos Main Gear: Wire Retracts: na Cowl: Fibreglass Material : Balsa Wood Manufacture : Vmar

 
 
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