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Harrier 3D 46
Seagull Model's Almost-Ready-To-Fly Harrier 3D ARF performs
perfect harriers and other 3D maneuvers all at an affordable price
Product Number: SEA3025
IN STOCK NOW!
The newest release from Seagull is the Harrier 46 ARF. This
sensational almost-ready-to-fly airplane is priced for pilots on a reasonable
budget. It is constructed from the same high-quality balsa found in more
expensive ARFs and covered in genuine Hangar 9 red transparent and yellow
transparent UltraCote for a professional finish. The intricate cockpit detail
and included pilot figure add a realistic scale-like touch.
Wingspan - 48.4 inches ~ Length - 57 inches
Flying Weight - 5.5 - 6.5 pounds
Engine options - 2 stroke - .46 - .52 Engine
options - 4 stroke - .52 - .72
Big aerobatic fun for little
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee—in 3D! The
3D ARF whisks you into incredible 3D maneuverability with almost no effort or
waiting! Hovering, knife edge, inverted flight—both
traditional and non-traditional flight attitudes are well within its sweeping
- Available in a large, stable 60-size version or a sporty,
easy-to-transport .46-size model.
- Flight-ready in 8 hours...or less!
- Constructed using the finest materials—premium-grade wood, durable
fiberglass and Top Flite® MonoKote® covering.
- Large control surfaces allow the
3D ARF to maneuver in ways most pilots would never imagine.
- Dual aileron and elevator servos give the strong, quick response necessary
for extreme 3D maneuvers.
- Challenges the veteran pilot with the throws maxed—provides the first-time
low-wing pilot with a smooth, steady flier with reduced throws.
U Can Do .46
U Can Do .60
The "big easy" in 3D aerobatics!
Now going to the extreme has never been so easy...or so eye-catching! The
3D ARF lets you spread your wings into large-scale aerobatics, with IMAA-legal
dimensions that make it a breeze to keep sight of — while also creating a “WOW!”
factor among fellow fliers. And don‘t let its size fool you: this model is
surprisingly maneuverable, with aerobatic capabilities that will challenge even
veteran 3D pilots!
- Constructed of the finest materials — quality wood, durable fiberglass and
genuine Top Flite MonoKote covering.
- For attachment ease at the field, the wing panels slide into an aluminum
joiner tube, and are held in place with nylon bolts.
- Almost all servos are mounted externally, for ease of installation and
strong, quick response.
- Large control surface deflections make for a wide range of aerobatic
capability. Explore mixing combinations for even more 3D fun!
U Can Do .120 - 160
KYOSHO FLIP 3 D .40
Product Number: KYO 11141
Don't push the envelope –
shred it! Pilots who want to push their own limits need a plane
that has none — a good description of Kyosho's
ARF. Created by 2-time F3A World Champion Christophe Paysant-Le-Roux,
it's designed to showcase piloting skills and to transport the
adventurous ace to the outer limits of aerobatic excess. And to make
sure it's a short, fast trip to the field, the
is extensively prebuilt, factory-covered and equipped with a generous
supply of hardware and accessories.
- Flight-ready in just one weekend! Factory-framed and
professionally covered. Includes landing gear, tires and installed
linkages and fuel tank.
- Light, strong balsa airframe optimizes the power-to-weight ratio —
and blindingly fast, powerful response.
- Glides off the runway in 30 feet at half-throttle — leaps! into
the air in half that distance on demand.
- Huge wing area supports ultra-slow stunts — shows no tendency to
tip stall or drop a wing at low speed or high angles of attack.
- Incredibly versatile! Delivers motionless hovers and inverted
high-speed passes with equal ease — and offers torque rolls and
hammerheads for encores.
- Tracks true and responds with precision. Offers huge control
surfaces for quick, decisive maneuvering muscle — and dual aileron
servos for two-per-second rolls!
- The trim scheme — a Paysant-Le-Roux original — grabs the eye with
bold bursts of bright colors!
Wingspan: 59 in (1500mm)
Wing Area: 930 sq in (60dm2)
Weight: 49.5-5.5 lb
Wing Loading: 12.1-13.6 oz/sq
Length: 59 in (1490mm)
Kyosho Flip 3D .40
Showtime 4 D .90
Removable Side Force Generators allow remarkable 3D
Designed by world-class aerobatic pilot Mike
Perfect for popular new artistic aerobatics
Easy-to-transport 2-piece wing and stabilizer
Extremely lightweight laser-cut all-wood
Covered in exclusive Hangar 9 UltraCote
Carbon-fiber main landing gear and tail wheel
Factory-assembled fuel tank
Showtime 4 D .90
Call for SPECIAL Pricing!
|Artistic aerobatics is an increasingly popular
form of aeromodeling expression that awes audiences with its mixture of show
stopping aerial maneuvers and dramatic musical accompaniment. To keep up
with the intricate maneuvering involved in artistic aerobatics, a special
airplane is needed.
Enter Hangar 9's new ShowTime 4D 90 ARF, a unique Mike McConville design
equipped with innovative new SFG Technology—removable Side Force Generators
that provide extra rudder authority and control to help perform a virtually
limitless display of extreme 3D and precision aerobatics. These Side Force
Generators attach to the middle of each wing and generate the necessary lift
at low angles of sideslip to excel at slow knife-edge flight. They can be
removed in seconds and flown without, as well as to make storage and
transportation of the ShowTime convenient.
Also contributing to the ShowTime's extraordinary performance is its
lightweight laser-cut all-wood construction, making the plane very easy to
control. The carbon fiber landing gear is much lighter than aluminum, yet
quite durable and provides plenty of strength for rough landings. The plane
looks incredible in its colorful UltraCote trim scheme, and the wide variety
of engines such as Saito's FA-100 and Evolution's 1.00NX ensures every pilot
will find one that’s right for him. It's the greatest "Show" on Earth—the
ShowTime 4D 90 ARF from Hangar 9.
What are SFG's?
By Mike McConville
The short answer is, SFG= Side Force Generators. The longer answer is SFGs
are wing-mounted surfaces that enhance the yaw force created by the rudder.
While SFGs really aren't a new concept, adding them to the wing of a
monoplane to generate extreme rudder power is a new twist.
SFGs aren't hinged control surfaces. They don't move with a servo, and don’t
need to. Their position, size and shape, when correct, generate lift in the
yaw axis whenever the rudder is moved. This means the "side force" that is
normally created by moving the rudder is enhanced….a lot.
SFGs aren’t new. Ever wonder why some biplane designs, such as the Ultimate,
have really powerful rudders? The primary reason for this is simply that
they have rather wide interplane struts. In addition to providing needed
structural integrity, these struts function as SFGs.
Borrowing on that idea, my good friend and aero-genius George Hicks came up
with the idea last year to create an electric-powered foamy for the first
E-TOC that had super rudder authority.
From that idea the now legendary
Tensor 4D biplane was born. Owing its super-rudder power to the exaggerated
wide interplane struts, the Tensor showed all of us just what wild
aerobatics could be achieved by using SFGs. After the Tensor, we
experimented with SFGs on various small foam monoplane designs and had
similar results to the Tensor.
SFGs open up a new dimension in 3D aerobatics. With them, knife-edge flight
requires almost no positive fuselage angle. Even very tight knife-edge loops
are possible. Flat spins are more like stationary pinwheels. Control in
hovering is also greatly improved. The next logical step seemed to be to put
them onto a full-blown bigger model and see what would happen. The result is
the new Hangar 9 ShowTime 4D. The easiest way to describe the new ShowTime
is that pattern plane meets foamy. Very smooth, precise and easy to fly, yet
capable of almost unimaginable extreme 3D maneuvers. So, SFG technology may
not be a new concept, but when added to the world of 3D aerobatics, they
open up a new dimension in extreme flight.
FUNTANA .40 & .90
The 3D maneuvers are where the
shines. It is without a doubt the easiest plane to hover and torque roll that I
have ever owned. On the recommended high-rate elevator, waterfalls were a bit of
a struggle, but with the elevator set to its mechanical limit, waterfalls are
simple and tight. Harriers are easy to enter and exit, and there is very little
wing rocking with about 25 percent of flaperon mixed with the elevator. Inverted
flat spins are done with elevator and rudder and just a little aileron to keep
the wings level. With full deflection on the elevator and a little coaxing, a
climbing inverted flat spin is possible. Knife-edge performance is good, and
there is some coupling toward the belly. High-rate rolls are blindingly fast and
perfectly axial. The ailerons are huge and provide control in any attitude and
at any speed. Point rolls can be done with mechanical precision. Snap rolls are
predictable and quick, and loops track well. The Saito FA-72 provides enough
power to climb out of a hover, but I wouldn’t call it a rocket. All in all, the
Funtana is a
Funtana 3D .40
Funtana 3D .40
Wing Span: 69.5 in (176.5 cm)
Overall Length: 68.5 in (174 cm)
Wing Area: 1107.8 sq in (71.5 sq dm)
Flying Weight: 8.1 lb (3.7 kg)
Engine Size: .60-1.00 2-stroke, .90-1.00 4-stroke
Radio: 4 channels
Servos: 6 (5 JRDS9411SA premium digital and 1 throttle servo)
Trim Scheme Colors: HANU872 Bright Yellow, HANU954 Transparent Blue
Goldberg Obsession 3D
1.20 ARF 1.2-1.4,78.75"
FEATURES: Construction: Jig built and laser cut balsa and plywood with
oversized double-beveled control surfaces allowing for extreme
Wings: Two piece jig built with laser cut parts
Covering: Factory applied premium quality covering (white with red,
black, and yellow accents)
Radio Compartment: Plywood reinforced
Cowling: Pre-painted, fiberglass with shark face design
Wheelpants: Pre-painted white, fiberglass construction
Canopy: Tinted polycarbonate construction
Wheels: 3.34" (85mm) diameter foam main wheels & 1" (25mm) tailwheel
Landing Gear: Pre-formed aluminum, pre-painted white
Engine mount: Two piece adjustable, nylon construction
Fuel tank: 24oz. (720cc) 6.75" length, 3.13" width, 2.61" height
Building Time: Ready to fly in several hours.
INCLUDES: One Goldberg Obsession 3-D 1.20-1.40 ARF with pre-built and covered
wings, fuselage and tail assemblies, pushrods, pre-bent main landing
gear, 3.35" (85mm), 1" (25mm) tailwheel, nylon adjustable engine,
mount, 24oz (720cc) fuel tank, wood servo trays, hardware package,
decals, and photo-illustrated instructions
REQUIRES: Engine: 1.20-1.40 cu in (20-23 cc) 4-stroke
Muffler: Standard 4-stroke muffler will work (engine is inverted)
Radio: 6- Channel
Servos: 6-Standard (2-Aileron, 2-Elevator, 1-Throttle, 1-Rudder)
Rudder servo requires at least 70 oz-in of torque
Servo Extension 12": qty. 2 required for aileron servos
Servo Extension 24": qty. 3 required (2 for elevator, 1 for rudder)
Y-Harness: qty. 1 (For aileron servos)
Misc. Items: Glow plug, 1/4" foam rubber padding, medium fuel tubing,
fuel filter, propeller, building and field equipment.
SPECS: Wingspan: 78.75" (2000mm)
Wing Area: 1263 sq in (81.46 sq dm)
Weight: 11.5 - 12.5 lb (5.2 - 5.7 kg)
Wing Loading: Not listed
Length: 83.25" (2115mm)
Airfoil: Fully symmetrical
Center of Gravity: 9-3/8" (238mm) Back from the wing's leading edge
Control Throws- High Rate Low Rate
Elevator: Up & Down All you can get 1" (25mm)
Rudder: Right to Left All you can get 1.5" (39mm)
Ailerons: Up & Down All you can get .5" (14mm)