The Black Belt of Slope Soaring
The Japanese Ninja is a master of all the oriental fighting forms. We've given the name "Ninja" to this slope soaring glider because of its all around ability to excel on the slopes.
The Ninja was designed to be the ideal model for your first try at aerobatic slope soaring. It has the aerodynamic shape you need to penetrate the strong winds present on the slope. The Ninja wing uses the Eppler 374 airfoil because of its fast speed, gentle stall characteristics, and excellent aerobatic performance. Loops, rolls, spins, and inverted flight are routine and easy with the Ninja.
Easy To Build Kit
Modelers who value their flying time want to spend less time in the workshop and more time on the slope. The Ninja has a foam core wing, a die-cut lite-ply fuselage, and sheet balsa tail surfaces to help you get it in the air quick.
Wingspan 58 in 1473 mm
Wing Area 500 in? 32 dm?
30 - 34 oz
850 - 964 g
8.6 - 9.8 oz/ft?
2624 - 2990 g/m?
Length 39 in 991 mm
Radio Required 2-channel (ail, elev, rud)
3-channel (ail, elev, rud)
Precision-Cut Foam Wing Cores
1/16?? Balsa Wing Sheeting
Die-Cut Lite-Ply Fuselage
Shaped Balsa Nose Block
Sheet Balsa Tail Surfaces
Nylon Tubing Elevator Pushrod
Bolt-On Wing Attachment
Quick Release Hatch For Easy Access To Radio
Aileron Torque Rods With Differential Throw
Accepts Standard Size Radio Gear
SIG Easy Hinges
Complete Hardware Pack
Photo-Illustrated Instruction Book