When I examined the hatch I discovered that the magnet securing it was one sided.

The magnet was set in the hatch only and the disc in the fuselage was just a piece of metal so I had to make a secure hatch clip. Nous avons ajouté du plomb à l' avant car il semblait centré arrière.

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Features: • Durable EPO foam construction • Plug and Fly version, simply add your own radio system and batteries• Beautiful scale paint scheme • Easy assembly• Dual carbon spars in each wing Specs: Wingspan: 1200mm Length: 940mm Height: 390mm Flying Weight: 1650g Propeller: 12x6 (included)Motor: 3648 850KV (included)ESC: 40A (included)Servo: 4 x 9g (included)Requires:4CH transmitter and receiver4S 2200~3000m Ah lipoly battery Money for value, This is a Great model.

For the size of this, There is nothing else on the market at this price. epoxy, and remove the paint where you need to glue, I use acetone, works great.

The importance of the Stearman PT-13/PT-17 to the US war effort cannot be overemphasized.

Approximately 50% of all US military pilots, who fought in WW II received their initial flight training in this sturdy aircraft.

On ne sait pas ce qu'il faut faire pour obtenir une meilleure qualité de vol , The description says there are dual carbon spars in each wing. While assembling it I found the instructions to be of little value, since they were mainly just pictures.

Mine came with fiberglass spars which are not rigid enough and the wings flex like they are made of rubber. A minor point - the PT17 used by the Army Air Corp only came with 9 cylinder engines, this kit has a nicely detailed 7 cylinder engine. ( the quality of the pictures was not too good either) The assembly is fairly straight forward for anyone who has put together a foamy before. The holes in the control horns were too large for the clevises.

As far as instructions go, If you really need Instructions to build this,, then this plane is not for you. And spare parts are available, just do a search, I have been looking for this aircraft in the Uk warehouse for some time and was delighted when it appeared at such a reasonable price.

I was however disappointed when constructing the parts.

The prototype Stearman PT-13 Kaydet two seat biplane first flew from Wichita, Kansas in October 1934.