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Meridian 10cc ARF

by Hangar 9 (HAN5015)

$229.99
Reg: $329.99

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Product Description

Key Features

  • Designed to fit the Evolution® 10cc gas engine
  • Flaps for expanded flight envelope
  • Tricycle landing gear
  • Covered in genuine UltraCote® covering
  • Landing gear attached to fuselage
  • Large top fuselage hatch for easy access to radio gear and EP battery
  • Pre-painted fiberglass cowl and wheel pants
  • EP-ready
  • Two-piece plug-in wings
  • Preinstalled pilot figure and instrument panel

Needed To Complete

Common radio equipment:
- 5+ channel transmitter and receiver radio system
- Receiver pack
- Charge switch
- Standard servos (7)

Gas Setup:
- 10cc 2-stroke gas engine
- Muffler
- Propeller
- Starter battery
- Fuel
- Fuel tubing

Electric Setup:
- 46-size motor
- Speed controller
- Flight battery
- Charger for flight battery
- Propeller

Video Overview

Overview

The Hangar 9® Meridian 10cc ARF aircraft embodies the pure joy of what RC sport flying is about. From its long fuselage and stylishly shaped tail surfaces to the super stability of its generously proportioned constant-chord wing, every feature ties together. A perfect next-level sport airplane designed to have familiar forgiving manners, it appeals to the veteran and novice RC pilot. Its exceptional construction is lightweight without sacrificing strength or rigidity and is oversized just enough to deliver better visibility and great handling. In addition, its functional flaps add a level of capability that complements the ease and grace in which this low-wing model performs sport aerobatics and smooth landings.

The Meridian model shines when powered with the Evolution® 10cc gas engine. Besides the thrilling experience this engine offers, you’ll enjoy the ease of use and reliability that outclasses the hassles and expense of using glow fuel. Because the Evolution 10cc gas engine is so economical, you’ll carry less fuel in the airplane, which means less weight for the same amount of flight time.

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