SIG Mfg. Co. Seagull Models Radial Rocket

SIG Mfg. Co. Seagull Models Radial Rocket

In the world of full-scale homebuilt aircraft one of the hottest new designs is the Radial Rocket TD. This small two-seat airplane is all-composite construction with a 25.5 ft. wingspan. With a 360 hp radial engine the flight performance is HOT! How about a 230 mph cruise speed and 3500+ feet per minute climb – WOW! Like the full-scale airplane, Seagull’s Radial Rocket ARF is a real attention getter on the ground and in the air. The nostalgic color scheme is Radial Rocket #105, which competes at the Reno Air Races in the Sportsman class. With a broad flight envelope and smooth aerobatic performance, the Radial Rocket can put some real excitement in your R/C hobby.


  • A classic balsa and plywood ARF (Almost-Ready-To-Fly)
  • All major components are factory built and finished
  • Modern construction methods utilize CAD design and laser-cut parts
  • Covered in genuine UltraCote® covering film
  • Brilliant color scheme stands out in the air
  • Factory painted fiberglass cowling and wheel paints
  • Operational Flaps for expanded flight envelope
  • Airfoil shaped tail surface for improved flight performance
  • 2-piece plug-in wing for easy transport
  • Strong aluminum wing joiner tube joiner
  • Scale cockpit detail with Pilot
  • Designed for gasoline/glow engines or electric
  • All necessary Hardware and Accessories included


Wing Span: 62.3 in. (1582 mm)
Wing Area: 570.4 sq. in. (36.8 dm2)
Length: 45.1 in. (1145 mm)
Weight (approx.): 7.1 – 7.3 lbs. (3.2 – 3.3 kg)
Wing Loading: 28.6 – 29.4 oz./sq. ft. (87 – 89.6 g/dm2)
Radio Req.: 5-Channel with 7 Servos
Rec. Engine: 10 cc Gas or Glow
Order No.: SEA229 – Radial Rocket


Updated: February 18, 2015 — 4:23 PM

1 Comment

  1. I watched this airplane being built at Kittie Hill Airport 77T by John Farquhar. it is a work of art.I want the model as soon as it’s available! it is one of the coolest experimental airplanes I’ve ever been around!!!!

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