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.61-1.20 Sport Scale Almost-Ready-to-Fly Model
Popular Army trainer as a large, lightweight ARF!
Its nickname—the “Cradle of Heroes”—said it all. Cadets became combat legends by cutting their teeth on the PT-19 U.S. Army trainer, a plane as popular with pilots today as it was with WWII flying aces of the '40s. Great Planes' all-wood, ARF version gives R/C pilots an easy way to enjoy the PT-19's nostalgic looks and gentle aerobatic performance...in an impressive, eye-catching IMAA-legal size.
- Prebuilt, all-wood main structures arrive covered in a realistic MonoKote® trim scheme—model can be flight ready in just 15-20 hours!
- Performance range stretches from easy low-speed flight to exciting loops and rolls.
- Perfect first “large” low-wing plane—size improves its ability to handle wind, while dual ailerons servos add authority and the security of backup if one servo fails.
- Factory-painted fiberglass cowl, ABS landing gear covers, rollover pylon and decals for authentic markings enhance the scale realism.
- Includes a generous package of high-quality Great Planes hardware, complete with adjustable nylon engine mount and strong, 3/16” wire landing gear.
The PT-19 ARF's built-up wood main assemblies arrive factory-finished in a brilliant five-color trim scheme of strong, easily repairable Top Flite® MonoKote® covering. Great Planes includes a large sheet of easy-to-apply decals for adding authentic military markings.
All of the PT-19's most distinctive features are faithfully recreated in this R/C version—such as the two open cockpits for flight instructor and student, and the pylon that protected both in the event of a rollover. They're easily installed following the thorough, photo-illustrated instruction manual.
“You won't find any other PT-19 model quite like this Great Planes ARF. Construction is first-rate, assembly's a snap, the realism is outstanding—and with its BIG dimensions, the plane stands out easily both on the flight line and in flight."
Great Planes Model Manufacturing
82.5 in (2090 mm)
1027 in² (66.25 dm²)
: 9.75-10.5 lb (4.4-4.8 kg)
21.8-23.5 oz/ft² (66.4-71.7 g/dm²)
64.5 in (1639 mm)
2-stroke .61-.91 cu in (10-15 cc) or 4-stroke .91-1.20 cu in (15-20 cc)
4-channel with 5 standard servos