Gee Bee Sport Scale Brushless Tx-R™
Unmistakable looks — outstanding performance!
Originally designed by the Granville Brothers in the 1930s, the Gee Bee's shape was intended to accommodate the Pratt & Whitney R-1340, the largest and most powerful engine of its day. The fuselage's unusual design acted as an airfoil, allowing the plane to make smooth "knife-edge" turns without losing altitude. With Jimmy Doolittle in the cockpit, the Gee Bee won the prestigious 1932 Thompson Trophy race and set a world landplane speed record of 296 mph (476 km/h) in the Shell Speed Dash. Now you can own this historic plane in a scale flying version. The model is powered by a brushless motor for speed and performance that would make the original Gee Bee blush. Transmitter-Ready means that you can fly your plane with any AnyLink compatible radio. Just attach an AnyLink adapter, slip in a battery, pick up your favorite radio controller and you're ready to fly!
- Simple, fast, no-glue assembly.
- Brushless motor, ESC and 4 micro servos installed.
- Tactic™ 2.4GHz SLT™ receiver installed.
- AeroCell foam fuselage is tough and detailed.
- Aerodynamic body shape.
- Easy assembly/disassembly one-piece wing.
- Magnetic landing gear assembly comes away cleanly in rough landings.
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Wingspan: 38.5 in (980 mm), Wing Area: 241 in2 (15.5 dm2), Weight: 1.75-2.0 lb (790-910 g), Wing Loading: 16.7-19.1 oz/ft2 (51-58 g/dm2), Length: 27 in (685 mm) Requires:AnyLink™ and compatible 4-channel transmitter, or a Tactic 2.4GHz transmitter with SLT, 11.1V 3S 2200mAh LiPo battery & compatible charger
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