Electrifly Sopwith Camel

Jan 15, 2009 No Comments by

A favorite of fighter pilots since its introduction in June, 1917, the Sopwith Camel’s name came from a hump created by the shrouds over its twin .303 Vickers machine guns. Many British pilots became certified aces while flying the Camel, defeating 1,294 enemy aircraft by WWI’s end. Bring all the adventure home with the versatile Sopwith Camel ARF!

  • At home at the flying field – or at the park!
  • Assembles in just 6-8 hours.
  • Includes a painted pilot figure.

SPECIFICATIONS
Wingspan:
35.5 in (900 mm)
Wing Area: 389 in² (25.1 dm²)
Weight: 21.1 – 26.3 oz (595 – 745 g)
Wing Loading: 7.8 – 9.7 oz/ft² (24 – 30 g/dm²)
Length: 25 in (630 mm)
Requires: 4-channel radio w/4 micro servos, 950kV out-runner brushless motor, 25A brushless ESC (min.) & 11.1V 1500mAh LiPo battery.

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