Extra 300SP EP AR

Brand: Great Planes HC

Part Number: H-GPMA1188

£131.09 Web Price RRP £137.99

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This is the Electric Powered, Radio Controlled
Almost Ready to Fly Extra 300SP from Great Planes.


Construction: Balsa and ply
Covering: Top Flite MonoKote
Wing: Two-piece with carbon fiber joiner
Aileron Control: Dual servo
Cowl: Painted fiberglass
Hatch: Secures to fuselage with magnets
Spinner: Blue plastic 2.5" (63.5mm) diameter
Motor Mount: Assembled plywood
Landing Gear: Prebent aluminum, 2" (51mm) diameter foam main wheels
1" (25.4mm) foam tail wheel
Wheel Pants: Painted fiberglass
Warranty: Great Planes Model Manufacturing Company guarantees this
kit to be free from defects in both materials and workmanship at
the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover any component
parts damaged by use or modification.


ARF Extra 300SP with Spinner, two Main Wheels, one Tail Wheel,
Landing Gear, Wheel Pants, Decals and Instructions


Radio: 4-ch minimum, or 5-ch w/mixing capabilities
Servos: Four slim digital, or four micro precision size
(2-aileron, 1-rudder, 1-elevator)
Y Harness: One
16" Servo Extensions: Three
9" Servo Extension: One
Motor: Great Planes RimFire .32 (42-50-800)
Propeller: 13x8E if using motor listed above
Electronic Speed Control: 45A
Battery: 3S - 4S LiPo
Battery Charger: To match selected battery
Building and field equipment


Wingspan: 50" (1270mm)
Wing Area: 478 sq in (30.8 sq dm)
Wing Loading: 16 - 19oz sq/ft (46 - 49g sq dm)
Length: 47.8" (1215mm)
Weight: 3.5 - 4.0lbs (1590 - 1810g)
Center of Gravity (CG): 3" (76mm) back from the leading edge of the
wing at the sides of the fuselage
Control Throws; Low High 3D
Elevator: 3/8 (10mm) 7

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