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This is a beautiful rendition of an old favorite and is based on one of the Cambridge Flying Groups de Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth aircraft. The original aircraft was built in 1944. It comes in the yellow and silver livery of the London Aero Club. This model is made of balsa and can be powered by either glow or electric.
The de Havilland DH.82 Tiger moth was designed by Geoffrey de Havilland in the 1930s. It was operated by the Royal Air Force and many other air forces as a two-seat primary trainer before and during World War II. It has been used all other the world with many examples still flying.
As well as determining the power type this model also requires some assembly as well as fitting of the motor/engine and other electronics. It is recommended to use a 750W electric motor or a .46 2 Stroke or .70 4 Stroke engine. It will require 4 servos for electric or 5 servos for gas setup.
The Tiger Moth is a superb flier and gives a distinguished presence in the air. A must for every hanger.
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RTF Weight: ~3000g (will vary with equipment used)
Electric Motor: 750W
Glow Engine: .46 2 T / .70 4 T
Radio: 2.4GHz 5 channel and up
Servos Function: Ailerons-Elevator-Rudder-Throttle