Designed by world-class designer and pilot Mike McConville
Compact airframe that delivers giant-scale feel and experience
Lightweight laser-cut balsa and plywood construction
Painted fiberglass cowl and wheel pants
Fuselage top hatch allows easy access to batteries and internally hidden switches
Steerable tailwheel and durable aluminum landing gear
Genuine Hangar 9® UltraCote® film covering
Ideal for entry-level IMAC competition
Ready for multiple power options, including gas, glow and electric
All hardware included
Needed To Complete
Internal Combustion Setup - 4+ channel full-range transmitter and receiver radio system - (5) standard HV high-torque servos - Receiver pack (for internal combustion setups) - Switch harness - Engine - Ignition battery (gas/petrol only) - Propeller - Spinner - Pilot figure (optional)
Electric Power - 4+ channel full-range transmitter and receiver radio system - (4) standard HV high-torque servos - Brushless outrunner motor - 80-amp brushless speed control - 22.2V 6S 5000mAh Li-Po flight battery - Charger for flight battery - Propeller - Spinner - Pilot figure (optional)
A perfect blend of form and function, the Hangar 9® Sbach 342 60 ARF utilizes the noted creativity of world-class designer and pilot Mike McConville to engineer a scale aerobatic model of the modern full-size aircraft that's quickly becoming popular for IAC competition. Like its full-scale cousin, everything about this 60-size Sbach 342 is about delivering inspirational performance. It’s made from very lightweight balsa and plywood and covered in genuine Hangar 9 UltraCote® covering. An easy-to-remove top fuselage hatch provides generous access while the canopy adds an extra touch of scale class. All wood parts for the Sbach 342 60 are carefully selected to provide lightweight, sturdy construction which is then precision jig assembled. The fiberglass cowling, wheel pants, and durable aluminum landing gear come out of the box pre-painted and ready to mount to the airframe. Two-piece, plug-in wings simplify assembly and transportation requirements while an aluminum wing tube gives critical support to an airframe that’s strong enough to handle any flight maneuver you can think of.
Its oversized control surfaces, when matched with the recommended digital servos, deliver precision maneuverability and 3D capability. Plus you can power the Sbach 342 60 any way you like with either electric, gas or glow power—all the recommended propulsion systems are a bolt-in exercise. If you’re getting into IMAC aerobatics, this Hangar 9 aerobat is for you. But if freestyle is your thing too, the Sbach 342 60 will not disappoint.