SIG Kadet Mark II Kit
SIG Kadet Mark II Kit

SIG Kadet Mark II Kit

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SIG KADET MARK II KIT

 

You can't go wrong with a KADET!

 

The KADET Mk II has provided thousands of fledgling R/Cer's with their first success at radio control. The .40 size KADET Mk II is a full-house 4-channel trainer with ailerons.

 

For over 25 years, the SIG KADET has been helping new R/C pilots earn their wings. It was the first model airplane on the market that was designed from the ground up for learning to fly R/C. A SIG KADET has all the features a good trainer needs.

 

HIGH-WING CONFIGURATION FOR STABILITY.

FLAT-BOTTOM AIRFOIL FOR SLOW FLIGHT SPEED.

TRICYCLE LANDING GEAR FOR EASY TAKEOFFS AND LANDINGS.

STRONG SHEET BALSA CONSTRUCTION FOR DURABILITY.

COMPREHENSIVE PHOTO-ILLUSTRATED INSTRUCTIONS.

LEARN TO FLY R/C WITH A LEGEND . . .

 

KEY FEATURES:

  • Rugged Balsa/Ply Construction
  • Precision Die-Cutting
  • Formed Aluminum Landing Gear
  • Steerable Nose Gear
  • Molded ABS Cowling
  • Full-Size Plans
  • Photo-Illustrated Instruction Book
  • Free copy of The Basics of R/C
  • Elevator & Rudder Pushrods
  • Aileron Torque Rods & Pushrods
  • Control Horns
  • Nose Gear Bearing
  • R/C Links & Rods
  • SIG Easy Hinges
  • Engine Mounts
  • Bolts, Nuts, Screws

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

Wing Span: 57.25 in. (1455 mm)

Wing Area: 635 in² (41.0 dm²)

Length: 44.25 in. (1125 mm)

Flying Weight: 5 lbs. (2268 g)

Radio Required: 4 Channel

Wing Loading: 18 oz./sq. ft.

Engines: . 25 - .40 in³ (4.1 - 6.5 cm³) 2-Stroke

5 Stars
SIG KADET # 2
I bought this same plane about 30 years ago and built my first RC plane It flew almost perfect on its first flifgt and after a few minor control tweeks it flew straight and leval. it is a great first plane to learn on. So now I have bought one for my son who is in collage, it will be his first plane and Im sure he will enjoy it as i did mine
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Reviewed by:  from greenville sc. on 11/15/2014
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kadet mark II
the plane I learned to fly on when I was a kid.fairly simple to build.and designed to take a beating.i don't know how many times I crashed mine.i can't believe the abuse this design can take.it is super stable,the best aileron trainer there is.sig introduced me to the rc airplane world.and their kits are the best in the business.which is why I always prefer to build a sig.
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Reviewed by:  from west fargo. on 1/19/2014
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Sig Kadet Mark II
AH! Good oh reliable!!This trainer was the one that 99% of our club members learn how to fly on prior to the Kadet Senior. I personaly built 4 of these planes for members and could put one together in my sleep!(Maybe)Very easy slab construction that anyone can build. So glad to see Sig is back and running again. Highly recomended for second airplane for 4 channel training.
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Reviewed by:  from Park Falls, Wisconsin. on 5/6/2013
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Retired MSgt, USAF
The mark two was given to me as a tail dragger version when I was president of the Blue Angels Model RC Club Charter AMA Club. I reconfigure it to tricicle landing gear. (1978 appx) I still have it, never crash it. At that time it was a 3 channel trainer. I took the dihedral out added ailerons and it was flown for many year. I just took it off the rack where its been there for over 10 years, I powered it with an ENYA 50 and used one of my FUTABA HELI Radio in it. I am in the process of looking it over, hoping to fly it by next w/e. Just hope it doesn't fall apart from possible dry rot, but everything looks solid. Lots of dust on it, but fantastic took care of that with a damp cloth. Wish me luck
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Reviewed by:  from Bay Shore Long Island. on 10/16/2015
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KADET MARK ll
The Kadet Mark ll is my all time favorite without a doubt. I purchased one to use as a trainer and was so pleased with it that I got another one to use when I needed a plane just to relax with. I know if I were to purchase ANY SIG kit I would be pleased with it. Thanks for having some GREAT kits and ARF'S. Gary Warren
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Reviewed by:  from JOPLIN, MO. on 10/13/2015
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Kadet
I am currently learning to fly RC using a 35 year old Kadet. I like it so much I decided it needed to be my next building project. I have been building planes for about 70 years and find the quality of this kit outstanding as was the service I received from Sig. It will be an enjoyable project for the winter.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Portland, OR. on 8/27/2015
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