RTF Shark Bl/Motor Mode-2 264289

Brand: Multiplex

Part Number: 25264289

£182.35 Web Price RRP £193.99

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Eye-catching and unusual in equal measure, the Shark is an adaptable 3 / 4-channel basic trainer with an undercarriage, hand-launch, and float option.

Created specifically as a beginner's model but with a performance that can grow in tandem with its owner's ability, the Shark is a very special aeroplane indeed. In standard form, then, it's a docile 3-channel rudder / elevator model that's perfect for basic training and learning the dark art of R/C co-ordination. Once you've got that under your belt it'll be time to harness the aileron option, fit the undercarriage, and experience the joys of full 4-channel control. But it doesn't end there! Using the optional float kit you can further extend the model's versatility by flying off water, and even snow! Moreover, if you like your foam models to remain in tip-top condition, order yourself the protective belly plate and keep her scuff-free. Oh, and by the way, when you've finished flying for the day the Shark can be easily dismantled and packed back in its box for safe transit. Highly practical and perfect for taking on holiday!

Specification:
Wingspan (mm): 1070
Length (mm): 870
Total surface area (sq. dm): 19.5
All-up weight (g): 500

RTF Shark Bl/Motor Mode-2 264289 Features:

  • Attractive painted finish with decals applied.
  • Benign beginner-friendly flying qualities.
  • Powerful brushless motor.
  • Clear canopy with racing-style pilot.
  • Wide range of optional upgrades (floats, aileron control, undercarriage, and more).
  • Packs away into its original box for storage and transport.
  • Unique appearance.

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