Home
Back to category
Viper Jet
Tigershark
F-104
F-4 Phantom
F-15
F-16 General Dynamics
FA-18 Hornet
F-20 Tigershark
L-39 Albatros
BAe Hawk
A-4 Skyhawk
MIG-21
MIG-29
MIG-15 Fagot
MIG-15
Mirage
T-33
Rafale
Mirage 2000-10
ME-262
Super Sniper
Blade 2
Grumman F9F Panther
Dassault Rafale C01
L39 Albatros
F-16 Falcon
 

BAe Hawk

Specifications:

 
Wing Span: 847 mm (33.4)
Length: 900 mm (35.4")
Flying Weight: 1.1 - 1.2 kg (38 - 43 oz)
Radio: Elevators.
Ailerons.
Motor speed controller: 40A Controller.
Motor EDF 69mm dia included
Motor  3400Kv included
 

The BAe Hawk is a high-performance, jet aircraft developed by former British Aerospace (now BAe Systems) in the early 70's. Has been produced for ground attack or air defense.
In the beginning of 2000 about 700 units were produced and they were flying in about 15 countries. This is the replica of the aerobatic team Red Arrows of RAF.

The 69mm fan has been optimized and will allow over 2lbs of thrust on a 4S LiPo packs, speed reaching 120mph can be achieved.

The construction is very easily so there is not too much experience needed. This in not a plane for beginners, and you should have some experience flying fast ARF's.

Although this BAe Hawk is a stable airplane, it is not a trainer or first EDF airplane. This airplane is capable of serious aerobatics maneuvers and very high speeds.

Features:
- All molded fiberglass fuselage, painted 
- Balsa wings ready, covered
- All parts laser cut
- Clear canopy, painted
- Decal set
- Bungee
- Photo illustrated instructions

BAE Hawk, ARF kit, N/A


 
 

Copyright 1997-2012 ICARE enr. All rights reserved.