Super Flying Model Sfm Piper Cub J-3 40H ARTF

Super Flying Model Sfm Piper Cub J-3 40H ARTF

Brand: Super Flying Model

Part Number: A-SFM867

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The Piper Cub J-3 is an iconic American light aircraft, between 1937 and 1947 over 20,000 were built by the Piper Aircraft company. The fullsize aircraft has a simple, lightweight design and good low speed handling properties, all attributes that SFM tried to encapusulate in this 1720mm wingspan sport scale ARTF.

This Cub is suited to either I/C or electric power and is was designed from the start to accomodate both options. The airframe is built from laser cut parts and assembled on jigs to ensure accuracy making the structure is both lightweight and strong. Thanks to it's semi-symmetrical airfoil the Cub is predictable and suited to a wide range of flight speeds.

• Classic yellow scale scheme using heatshrink film
• CNC balsa/ply construction
• Fibreglass cowling
• Realistic dummy engine
• 90% pre-built ARTF for fast assembly

Specifications / Technische Daten
Wingspan / Spannweite: 1720mm (67.7")
Length / Länge: 1095mm (43.1")
Weight / Gewicht: 2300 - 2600g (Approx)
Radio System / Fernsteuerung: 4 Channels (Req.)
IC Engine / Verbrennungsmotor: .40 - .46 2-Stroke (Rec.)
IC Engine / Verbrennungsmotor: .40 - .70 4-Stroke (Rec.)
Wing Area / Flächeninhalt: 42dm²
LiPo / LiPo Akku: 4S1P 2600mAh (Rec.)
Speed Controller / Drehzahlsteller : 50A Brushless (Rec.)
Electric Motor / Elektromotor: 3520C 840KV (Rec.)
Type / Typ: ARTF
  • Brand: Super Flying Model
  • Part No: A-SFM867
  • Barcode: 5028967390892
  • Assembly Level: ARTF (Almost RTF)
  • Power:
    • Electric
    • Nitro
  • Flying Style: Sport

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What sort of electrics will I need to complete (motor ratings etc) and any hardware?
Asked by Archie Paul on 16th July 2021

They recommend a 50A ESC and 840kv Motor on these.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Do i require servos or a gyro or is it literally esc motor servos receiver?
Asked by Archie Paul on 19th July 2021

These require all electronics - so yes they need servos too

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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