Katana EP ARF and Katana .60 ARF

Jul 08, 2010 No Comments by




From superior sport flying to exceptional aerobatics, the Katana handles like a pro and stands out from the crowd!  The Katana EP ARF features an easy-access flight battery compartment while the Katana .60 ARF includes a pre-installed pilot figure.  But both models share many features that let them stand out from the rest:


ü  Traditional built-up balsa/ply construction

ü  Painted fiberglass cowl and wheel pants

ü  Two-piece wing with aluminum joiner tube for easy transport

ü  Factory-covered in eye-catching Oracover® film

ü  Pre-hinged control surfaces

ü  Complete hardware package with spinner


Specifications for Katana EP ARF:

Wingspan: 49.6″ (1260mm)

Flying Weight: 56.4 – 77.6oz (1600 -  2200g)

Wing Area: 598 sq in (38.6 sq dm)

Wing Loading: 19 oz/sq ft (58 g/sq dm

Length: 49.7″ (1262mm)


Specifications for Katana .60 ARF:

Span: 56″ (1420mm)

Length: 57″ (1450mm)

Wing Area: 760in2 (49dm2)

Wing Loading: 21oz/ft2 (64g/dm2)


PMMA0355    Katana EP ARF            Street:$139.99

PMMA0575    Katana .60 ARF           Street:$169.99


About the author

West Coast senior editor About me: I’ve been involved with RC aircraft since high school and have flown just about everything. I started my RC career with scratch-building, but now like many pilots I rely on ARFs to get me in the air. My main focus is on pylon racing, aerobats, combat and scale warbirds.
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