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The Park Scale Models Wisp Series features an innovative PowerPack Module that holds the motor and the AR6400 brick. Rare earth magnets are used to couple the brick servos to the control rods...allowing the Power Pack to be quickly moved to any airframe in the Wisp Series.
The Monocoupe 90 was a light, fabric covered, two seat cabin aircraft built by Donald Luscombe in 1927. A total of 324 aircraft were produced frrom 1928 until the late 1940's.
The kit design comprises fully inter-locking parts making a full size plan unnecessary. Take a look at the assembly manual which is included with the kit.
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A number of options for Park Scale Wisp Series Monocoupe 90a may be purchased at discounted prices. Selecting an option will add its price to the total for the kit. So-Lite is ideal for covering.
The PKZ3901 prop has a 1mm centre hole; this needs reaming out to 1.4mm so that it can be screwed onto the PKZ3624 shaft.
AR6400 type receivers require either a mode 4 Tx or a Tx mix to map the aileron stick onto the rudder channel
LiPo cannot be sent within the UK without an accompanying electronic device (e.g. receiver). LiPo cannot be sent at all via airmail and must use a road carrier. Please contact us to get a shipping quotation if you wish to add a LiPo. See LiPo shipping for details.
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The de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver is a single-engined, high-wing, propeller-driven, STOL aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada. Primarily known as a bush plane, the Beaver has been used for cargo and passenger hauling, crop dusting and and has been widely adopted by armed forces around the world as a utility aircraft. A total of 1,657 aircraft were produced from 1947 to 1967.
A number of options for Park Scale Wisp Series DHC-2 Beaver may be purchased at discounted prices. Selecting an option will add its price to the total for the kit. So-Lite is ideal for covering.