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Modellbau USA F86D Dog Sabre, SS pipe, Fuel Tank - no retracts/struts/wheels/brakes.
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Modellbau USA F86D Dog Sabre, SS pipe, Fuel Tank - no retracts/struts/wheels/brakes.

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$499.00
$449.00
 
Item# (MBAF86DPLANE)

 

 
 
  • Overview
Wingspan 63"
Wing Area 887sq
Flying Weight 14.5 lbs
Fuselage Length 67"
Engines Required Turbine 12lb - 18lb
Recommended Engines Kingtech K-80, Jet Central Super Bee II, Jet Cat P60
Recommended Servos Ailerons: Hitec HS-645MG
Flaps: Hitec HS-645MG
Nosewheel Steering: Hitec HS-225MG
Rudder: Hitec HS-225MG
Elevators: JR-378 (we found the Hitec HS-5125 too weak)
Radio 8 Channels; 10 Servos

The F-86 is the best alternative for ShockJet owners who are ready to move up to a scale jet. Current ShockJet owners - please call us for a special discount on the F-86! The F-86 jet is "stand off" scale in looks and flies beautifully. It uses many of the same servos, same turbine, etc. as the ShockJet! You just need a few different servos. Once you have earned your wings training on the ShockJet, the F-86 is perfect for you!

The landing gear (available separately) is not scale, it is much more rugged (and less expensive) than scale gear. Building of this model is very straightforward for an advanced jet. The main differences from the ShockJet is that it uses standard brakes on the main wheels, an internal stainless steel pipe, and *retractable landing gear. With the superb flying characteristics of this model, you will be have fun with it very quickly. Bring this to the flying field and people will really take notice!

*retractable landing gear sold separately!

Wingspan 63"
Wing Area 887sq
Flying Weight 14.5 lbs
Fuselage Length 67"
Engines Required Turbine 12lb - 18lb
Recommended Engines Kingtech K-80, Jet Central Super Bee II, Jet Cat P60
Recommended Servos Ailerons: Hitec HS-645MG
Flaps: Hitec HS-645MG
Nosewheel Steering: Hitec HS-225MG
Rudder: Hitec HS-225MG
Elevators: JR-378 (we found the Hitec HS-5125 too weak)
Radio 8 Channels; 10 Servos
MBAF86DPLANE.pdf - 3.09 MB

 

 



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