HobbyKing Pilatus PC-9 Warbird Trainer 1200mm (PNF)

HobbyKing Pilatus PC-9 Warbird Trainer 1200mm (PNF)

The Pilatus PC-9 was an improved version of the earlier PC-7 though featured a larger cockpit with ejection seats, more powerful engine, and a host of structural improvements. It has been used by numerous countries as a advanced trainer aircraft. It was even built under license by Beechcraft and used by the United States Air Force as the T-6A Texan II.

Our PC-9 arrives in a plug and fly format, just needing some basic assembly, install your choice of battery and radio system to be ready to take to the skies. The fully molded EPO airframe goes together quickly and easily with a minimal of fuss, only a couple of hand tools required. Scale details add to the realism of this model including antennas, panel lines, and a nice 4 blade propeller. Retractable tricycle landing gear gives excellent ground handling even on rougher terrain.

The larger size means it will handle more wind, is quite stable, and will impress everyone at the field. Access to the inside of the fuselage to install the battery is through a large access hatch that opens and closes right from your transmitter! The ESC is pre-wired with a XT-60 connector ready to accept your 4S 14.8V 2200~2600mah lipo. After that, just drop in your choice of 6-channel transmitter and receiver, do final setup, and fly!


  • Plug and fly model – just add your choice of battery and radio
  • Fully molded EPO Airframe
  • Scale 4-blade propeller
  • Easy assembly, short construction time
  • Retractable main gear
  • Large easy to access battery hatch with a remote open feature
  • Warbird like performance with great low speed handling


Wingspan: 1200mm
Length: 1200mm
Flying Weight: 1800g
Servos: 6 x9g micro
Motor: 3648 650kv Outrunner
ESC: 45A Brushless


  • 6 Channel transmitter and receiver
  • 4S 14.8V 2200~2600mAh Lipoly battery w/ XT60 connector

#267000001-0 – $149.51

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Updated: July 20, 2015 — 12:21 PM


  1. I need the manual for it.I am having problems with the wiring set up.please can you help

  2. Hi Paul, presume you mean the Pilatus PC9, did you manage to locate a manual ??? kind regards, Cliff.

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