Premier Aircraft Cessna 170 PNP

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The Cessna 170 structure is hollow on the inside and has carbon fiber in key locations and the unique forward plywood structure secures the power system and makes it run very smooth, even at high power. The Cessna 170 can accept a range of options, including floats for flying off of water and snow skis.

Includes: Advanced Aura 8 Control System. Innovative plywood sub-frame connects the motor securely to the fuselage. Hollow wing with internal wood and carbon structure. Vortex generators. Large flaps and control surfaces. Navigation lights installed. 33g metal gear digital servos for ailerons, elevators, and rudder. 19g metal gear digital servos installed on the flaps. 60 size 540kV motor. 80A HobbyWing BL ESC.

Requires: 4S 3200 40C to 6S 5000 40C. Radio control system.

Length 60.1". Wingspan 86.7''.

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