The Great Planes Curtis P-6E Hawk ARF is a vintage biplane fighter. It was the last biplane fighter built for the Army Air Corps, and one of the most beautiful bipes of the 1930s. By the time the P-6E Hawk was introduced, however, the era of fabric-covered wood biplanes was already giving way to mass production, advanced aerodynamics and aluminum skins. Today, the only original P-6E Hawk still in existence is on display at the U.S. Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. This ARF is completely trimmed, the fiberglass cowl comes finished with a painted feather trim scheme. The wheel pants feature the iconic hawk "claw" design. Landing gear fairings help complete the model's scale looks. A hatch on top of the fuselage provides access to the LiPo battery and radio gear. The P-6E Hawk can be equipped with an inexpensive and readily available motor, ESC, and battery. It is sized for easy transport without disassembly, and a complete hardware package is included.
Wingspan: 43.5 in (1105 mm)
Wing Area: 352 in² (22.7 dm²)
Weight: 3.75-4.5 lb (1700-2040 g)
Wing Loading: 25-29 oz/ft² (76-88 g/dm²)
Length: 34 in (865 mm)
Requires: Radio system with a minimum of 4-channels, 4 micro servos, 42-50-800kV brushless outrunner motor, 45A brushless ESC, 11.1V 2200mAh LiPo battery and charger