Can you imagine a giant-scale project that assembles as quickly and easily as a .40- or .60-size ARF The folks at Great Planes did - and that's why the Revolver 50 cc is, hands-down, the best gas giant model around.
If there's an easy, effortless way to do it, Great Planes has included it in Revolver 50 cc design. Prehinged control surfaces, simpler ways to attach and remove the wings and horizontal stabs, painted fiberglass parts - the Revolver 50 cc has them all, along with big-plane presence, impressive performance and agile aerobatic handling.
Features:Great first gas airplaneHatch arrives with a painted pilot figure and clear canopy already installedEasy access to radio gear and the fuel tankFactory-installed ring offers an "invisible" way to secure the painted fiberglass cowlIncludes sturdy aluminum gear and fiberglass wheel pants that mount with just two screwsOffers the same handling as the .40 and .60 versionsBuilt-up fuselage and tail surfacesBalsa-sheeted foam-core wingsFactory-applied MonoKote film
Requirements:Radio (with a minimum of 4 channels)(5) High-torque servos(1-2) Standard servos50-55 cc Gasoline engineMufflerPropeller
Specifications:Wingspan: 90 inches (2285 millimeters)Wing Area: 1303 square inches (84 square decimeters)Wing Loading: 34-36 ounces/square foot (104-110 grams/square foot)Weight: 19.5-20.5 pounds (8840-9300 grams)Length: 82.5 inches (2095 millimeters)Center of Gravity (CG): 7-7/8 inches (200 millimeters) back from the leading edge of the wing at the fuselageControl Throws: Low Rate High RateElevator: (Up and Down) 1/2 inch (13 millimeters) 6° 3/4 inch (19 millimeters) 10°Rudder: (Right and Left) 2-3/4 inches (70 millimeters) 19° 3-1/4 inches (83 millimeters) 22°Ailerons: (Up and Down) 5/8 inch (16 millimeters) 12° 7/8 inch (22 millimeters) 17°