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Sport Cub PNP

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Sport Cub PNP

ParkZone PKZ6875 Airplane (Discontinued) Electric PNP/RxR

This item is discontinued but parts are still available in the Parts List below.
  • Sport Cub PNP

    The full-scale Cub Crafters Sport Cub is an inspired reinvention of the Piper Super Cub that is introducing a whole new generation of aviators to the wonder and excitement of back country flying.

    The ParkZone® Sport Cub park flyer is a fantastic recreation of this aerial adventure machine that will open a new world of possibilities for RC pilots too. Constructed of durable, lightweight Z-Foam™ material, it shares many of the same aerodynamic features that give the full-scale version its light wing loading and superb short field abilities. Oversized tundra tires for flying off grass and other rough surfaces are included. Those in search of the ultimate RC bush flying experience have the option of adding floats and functional flaps.

    This Plug-N-Play® version can be flight-ready in the time it takes to install a receiver and charge a battery.

    Features

    • Powerful 480-size, 960Kv BL outrunner motor, installed
    • 18A brushless ESC, installed
    • Aileron, elevator and rudder servos installed
    • Durable Z-Foam™ construction
    • Oversized tundra tires
    • Leading edge vortex generators
    • Designed to accept the HobbyZone® Super Cub Float Set, sold separately
    • Optional flap servo, sold separately
    • Large, easy-access battery hatch
    • Requires a 4+ channel (5+ channel with flaps) aircraft transmitter with receiver, 3S 1300-2200mAh Li-Po battery and charger, all sold separately

    You Will Need

    - 4+ channel transmitter (5+ channels for optional flaps)
    - 4+ channel receiver (5+ channels for optional flaps)
    - 11.1v 3S 1300 - 2200mAH LiPo flight battery
    - Charger for flight battery

    Optional Accesories
    - Float set
    - Flap servos

    Specifications

    Type: Airplanes
    Wingspan 51.0 in (1300mm)
    Overall Length: 34.0 in (865mm)
    Flying Weight: 33.3 oz (945 g)
    Motor Size: 480 Brushless Motor 960Kv
    Radio: 4+ channel (5+ channel for optional flaps) (required)
    Prop Size: 9 x 6
    Recommended Environment Outdoor
    Speed Control: 18 amp brushless ESC (installed)
    Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
    Recommended Battery: 11.1V 3S 1300mAH LiPo battery (required)
    Experience Level: Intermediate
    Is Assembly Required: Yes
    Landing Gear Yes
    Steering: Yes
    Flaps Optional
  • ParkZone Sport Cub PNP Parts List (13 items)

  • ParkZone Sport Cub PNP Hop-Ups & Optional Accessories (12 items)

  • Manuals and Support

  • Sport Cub PNP - Reviews

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    Great Plane

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    Wow, they have done a great job with this Cub. It's a great plane. It handles well, no bad habits, glides forever, no throttle landings, lands on anything, goes together easily, and has quality parts. There is only one problem I see. It has foam hinges, which I have never been a fan of. They reinforced them with tape, so that makes it better. I took 12 flights on it today. It does mild 3D knife edge, etc. It will even go straight up, not unlimited though, but it is good for getting out of sticky spots. I recommended it to my brother. He bought one also. He is a pretty new pilot, and he can fly it without any problems. He only had to get used to no throttle landings.

    bigmoney426 - TN
    What type of hobbyist are you?
    Recreational
    How often do you use this product?
    Daily
    What is your age?
    30-45
    How long have you been participating in this hobby?
    1-3 years
    Was this review helpful? Yes (3) No (0)

    Fun and Easy

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    This was my first plane, although I did spend many hours on the simulator. It flew perfectly right out out of the box without flaps, and no adjustments were needed. I added flaps later without mixing the down rudder with the flaps, and quickly ended up nose first in the dirt. Stupid me! A little glue and two minutes later, and it was in the air again. It looks like it has never known anything but soft landings. With a DX6i transmitter and two position flaps (0 or 100%), the plane became a slow floating dream! HINT: I used a 6-channel Spektrum receiver without AS3X and 40% down rudder mixed with flaps.

    overdrive - MN
    What type of hobbyist are you?
    Beginner
    How often do you use this product?
    Several times a week
    What is your age?
    15-29
    How long have you been participating in this hobby?
    1-3 years
    Was this review helpful? Yes (2) No (0)
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