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PT-60 Photo

A big, beautiful trainer that's built to last

The PT-60 brings the Perfect Trainer's famous International Model of the Year award-winning stability, self-righting flight characteristics and easy kit assembly to a bigger, more impressive size. This great-looking kit also features "Interlocking I-Beam" wing construction for easier assembly and increased strength, a high degree of washout built into each wing for added stability, and advanced CAD engineering.

  • The PT-60's large size offers greater visibility in the air, and will really turn heads at the flying field

  • With the PT-60's unique "Interlocking I-Beam" wing construction, the ribs plug securely into the center web, followed by grooved top and bottom spars—holding alignment for easy assembly and increasing wing strength

  • "D-Tube" wing structure and sheeted tips easily and permanently maintains the built-in washout during and after assembly

  • Blind nuts and nylon bolts are included (as well as instructions), for those builders who would rather bolt-on the PT-60's wing instead of attaching it with rubber bands

  • Adjustable servo tray positioning lets modelers balance the plane's weight more easily, ans allows a wider range of engines to be used

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landing gear


Also available: PT-20 and PT-40 MkII kits

Stock Number: GPMA0119
Wingspan: 71 in (1800 mm)
Wing Area: 888 in² (58 dm²)
Weight: 7-8 lb (3.18-3.63 kg)
Wing Loading: 18-21 oz/ft² (55-64 g/dm²)
Fuselage Length: 53.25 in (1350 mm)
Requires: 2-stroke .45-.60 cu in or 4-stroke .48-.70 cu in engine & 3-4 channel radio with 3-4 servos & 3+ rolls of MonoKote
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Technical Data: control throws, center of gravity, etc.

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