VQ Models L-4A Grasshopper 94.5in Wingspan ARF

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The Piper L-4 Grasshopper evolved from the successful Piper Cub series that took to the air as early as 1930. By 1941, the US Army was in the market for such a light observation and liaison aircraft with rugged reliability, procured four such examples and evaluated the type as the YO-59, later ordering no fewer than 40 more as the O-59. The series saw a dedicated US Army model emerge as the O-59A (soon to be redesignated as the L-4, to which the "L" identified the aircraft series as "liaison"), a type which offered up improvements to many of the components to make the system "battlefield" ready.

Now VQ introduce the L-4 Grasshopper 120 size EP-GP . If you are a fan of 4 stroke engine, 125 -4 stroke will be a best choise for this model . If you are a fan of Electric version, with the big pilot door, you can easy change the battery after every flight. This L-4 Grasshopper 120 size EP-GP was designed for light weight, so you can enjoy this plane as a scale plane with flying feel like a high wing trainer.

Features:

  • Fully covered in weathered detail
  • All balsa and lite-ply construction
  • Fiberglass cowling
  • Painted Canopy
  • Control surfaces pre-hinged and installed
  • Two piece wing with aluminium wing joiner
  • Scale Wheel of Cub
  • Cockpit door can open-close

Includes:

  • Assembly instruction with stage photos - [ Download ]
  • Plastic dummy engine
  • Plywood seat
  • Fiberglass cowling
  • Electric ply motor mount
  • Wheels
  • Aluminium wing joiner
  • Engine mounts
  • Spinner
  • Fuel tank
  • Decals and all hardware

Note: Fully body pilot not included with the kit.

Specifications:

Wingspan:94.5in (2400mm)
Length:59.4in (1510mm)
Weight (Ready to fly):5.8 - 6kg
Radio:6 Channels with 6 Standard Servos
Engine:.95 (2-Stroke) or 1.25 (4-Stroke) | 20cc (2-Stroke) or 21cc (4-Stroke)

  • Model:
    [VQA159]

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 05 February, 2021.