sig lil rascal arf w/ servos Ebay no reserve. Last Hours!
Plane is assembled. servos I think are GWS Pico. Stock motor system. Plane has never been flown.
Needs brushed esc lipo and your rx to fly.
Here are some specs from Sig:
Got a minute? Then let's go fly! SIG's new Lil' Rascal Electric ARF takes park flying to a whole new ballpark. With a super small 29-3/4" wing and 180 geared electric motor, the Lil' Rascal Electric is the perfect friend to take along when you have just a minute or two to squeeze in your favorite pastime. Lunchtime, coffee break, early morning fly time. All suddenly have become opportunities to take wing and soar. The Lil' Rascal Electric ARF builds fast; in as little as 2-3 hours from box to field. With a one-piece pre-assembled wing, factory installed motor/gearbox and a low parts count, you'll be amazed at how such a great model can go together so fast. The Lil' Rascal Electric ARF is no toy airplane however. The light, tough all balsa/plywood construction is completely hand assembled, then covered with genuine AerokoteŽ covering material in that classic Rascal motif. Standard micro radio electronics are needed, as is a 7 cell, 300mAh NiMH battery pack.
Flying the Lil' Rascal Electric ARF is uncommonly great for airplanes of this size. Fly it in typical small areas, even in relatively high winds. Full aerobatic maneuvers are possible with typical rudder/elevator movements. Plus, she's extremely stable and easy to fly. In fact, you'll probably run out of lunchtime before the Lil' Rascal Electric ARF comes back to earth. Run times of ten minutes or longer are typical with good throttle management. Specifications Wingspan: 29.75 in 756 mm Wing Area: 134 in˛ 8.7 dm˛ Length: 20.5 in 521 mm Flying Weight: 8.5 - 9.5 oz 240 - 270 g Radio Required: 3 Channel, Micro receiver,
2 Micro Servos, 5 A ESC
Includes: 180-size motor, 2.6:1 gearbox, prop, hardware, decals, and illustrated instruction manual.
Controls: rudder, elevator and motor
Plane is on ebay with no reserve. Item 160528400065
Would end auction for the right offer. Or bid and see how good the deal is.
Since there is no reserve highest bidder gets it even if the price does not go up very much.