US Navy Goshawk T-45 Jet Plane RC
If you are looking for a RC plane that is fully equipped with a 2.4GHz 4-Channel Full Function Radio Controlled (Aileron,Elevator,Rudder,Taxi) Brushless In-Runner High Torque 2040 Motor, sensorless 25amp Speed Control, and 1500mah 11.1 Volt Li-Po Battery Pack, then the US Navy Goshawk T-45 Jet Plane RC is for you!
This RC plane is patterned from a real-life jet flight trainer, the US Navy Goshawk T-45 Jet Plane which has been used for intermediate and advanced portions of the Navy/Marine Corps Student Naval Aviator strike pilot training program. It really looks like the real thing. It has perfect appearance and emulation since great attention has been given to details while designing and constructing this plane.
The assembly of this plane is quite easy. Straight from the box, it is already 90% assembled and everything is already included to start flying. But of course, you need to charge the batteries first. It would be an advantage if you have an extra battery since it takes about 15 minutes flight time on each charge. An extra battery is a must for an avid flyer since it will give a much longer flight time. A longer flight time means a longer time of fun.
The flying speed is quick and the flying stability is outstanding. You can choose from a low to high speed. The rudder helps steer plane on ground on its scale landing gear for easy take off. The lifting force is strong, glide is extremely stable. It can do a lot of stunts such as loops, inverted flight and rolls easily. Maintenance of US Navy Goshawk T-45 Jet Plane RC is quite convenient. Parts are easily replaced and readily available if damaged.
I find this to be a very nice well-flying plane that is suited for beginner to more advanced RC plane flyers.
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