This power system setup delivers an excellent balance of thrust and top speed for the P-40. Average duration is approximately 8-15 minutes depending on throttle management.
*Conversion may require some minor airframe modifications along with installation of motor mount and motor, electronic speed control, battery tray and battery packs.
The P-40 was one of World War II’s most popular U.S. fighter planes. The last of Curtiss Aircraft’s famous “Hawk” line that originated in the 1930s, the P-40 eventually morphed into the P-40E. This heavily armed and armored craft was used by the American Volunteer Group in China. Hangar 9’s .60-size P-40E is a startlingly accurate scale rendition of an actual Flying Tiger aircraft owned by Rudy Frasca of Urbana, Illinois. With its realistic scale looks and sensational sport performance, the P-40E Warhawk 60 ARF perfectly captures the spirit.