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The"Hands Off" Trainer

First attempts at R/C flying should be with an inherently stable model that flies slow enough to give the student pilot time to think and react. The Kadet Senior is the result of designer Claude McCullough's 50+years in the model airplane hobby.

Everything about the Kadet Senior has been designed to make it the easiest to fly trainer in the world. High-wing configuration, large tail surfaces, and generous dihedral for true "hands off" stability.

The Kadet Senior flies so slow and gentle that just about anyone can handle it on their very first try!
If the student pilot gets confused, simply let go of the control sticks and the Kadet Senior will recover itself and return back to level flight. Kadet Senior Model Airplane

Kadet Senior Model Airplane Flat-bottom airfoil, light weight construction, and a super light wing loading allow the Kadet Senior to cruise around at low speeds.

All-balsa design with a strength-to-weight advantage that ARF trainers can't approach.

Wingspan 78 in 1981 mm
Wing Area 1150 in? 74.2 dm?
Weight 6 lbs 2720 g
Length 62 in 1575 mm
Radio Req. 3 Channels, 3 Servos
Engine Req. .29-.40 in? (4.8 - 6.5 cm?) 2-Stroke Glow
.35-.45 in? (5.7 - 7.4 cm?) 4-Stroke Glow

Formed Landing Gear Wires
Steerable Nose Gear
Clear Plastic Windows
Full-Size Plans
SIG Easy Hinges
Engine Mounts

Super Light-Weight Balsa & Plywood Structure
Die-Cut Wing Ribs & Fuselage Formers
Photo-Illustrated Instruction Book
"The Basics Of R/C" Book
Elevator & Rudder Pushrods
Complete Hardware Pack

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Supercheap Hobbies
Shop 3 / 2 Old Coach Rd
Aldinga, SA, 5173
Ph: 08 8311 1151

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