Tech Notice Revolver Revolver Revolver

The Revolver's contemporary styling makes it a real standout on the flight line. Once it's airborne, it really takes center stage — and that's regardless of whether it's equipped with a glow engine or brushless motor! Get ready to fire off one crowd-pleasing maneuver after another with the Revolver — it's the "sports car" of sport aerobats!

  • Select balsa and ply are used for the fuselage and tail section; the 2-piece, plug-in wing features a wire cut foam core that is balsa-sheeted.
  • Airfoil-shaped tail surfaces allow the plane to lock in and track solidly.
  • Comes with a complete package of quality Great Planes hardware.

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parts layout
Only about 10 hours of final assembly are required before your Revolver is flight-ready.
cowl and wheel pants
The fiberglass cowl, wheel pants, and landing gear are painted in high gloss colors to match the trim scheme.
canopy
Not only does the clear canopy come installed, it also has a great-looking frame painted on it. You also get a realistic-looking pilot figure.
aileron
Short and direct aileron linkages deliver strong, accurate control during high- and low-speed flight.
engine rimfire
The bolt pattern on the firewall lines up exactly for either a .46-.70 glow engine mount or a motor mount for installing a brushless outrunner motor.
hatch battery
On-board radio gear is quickly accessed through this hatch. It also makes it easy to change LiPo battery packs when equipped with an ElectriFly™ brushless power system.


SPECIFICATIONS

Stock Number
GPMA1018
Wingspan
59 in (1500 mm)
Wing Area
563 in² (36 dm²)
RTF Weight
6-7 lb (2.72-3.18 kg)
Wing Loading
25-29 oz/ft² (76-88 g/dm²)
Length
48 in (1220 mm)
Requires
4+ channel radio w/servos (50 oz-in min. torque)
Electric Motor Requirements
800kV brushless outrunner motor (GPMG4725), 80A brushless ESC, (2) 3200mAh 11.1V 20C LiPo packs, 11 x 5.5E prop, large aluminum motor mount
Glow Engine Requirements
2-stroke .46-.55 cu in or 4-stroke .70 cu in engine

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