SIG King Kobra Kit
SIG King Kobra Kit

SIG King Kobra Kit

Your Price: $132.95
Retail Price:$199.42
Your Savings:$66.47(33%)
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Part Number:SIGRC54



R/C Sport Pattern Model For .60 Engines - For Pilots with The Right Stuff!


If a fast roll rate, sizzling vertical climb, and dazzling good looks turn you on, take a close look at the King Kobra. The foam core wing and unique fuselage construction get you in the air fast with a model that looks as good as it flies! If you want the largest and best performing model you can get without spending a lot of money, it.s hard to beat a .60 size pattern plane. The King Kobra flys great with a sport .60 R/C engine and its big enough to dazzle the crowds and to easily see even at extreme distances. If you want to soup this model up to the max, the building instructions include tips on tuned pipes and retracts. A fully symmetrical wing and airfoiled stabilizer make the King Kobra fly super smooth. It can make an average Sunday flier look like an expert!

There is an Oversize Shipping Surcharge of $18.00 on the King Kobra Kit.



  • Pre-Cut Foam Wing Cores
  • 1/16 in. Balsa Wing Sheeting
  • Basic Balsa Box Fuselage Structure
  • Molded ABS Plastic Fuselage Top and Jet-Style Clear Canopy
  • Built-Up Airfoiled Stabilizer
  • Formed Landing Gear Wires
  • Steerable Nose Gear
  • Injection-Molded Plastic Cowling
  • Full-Size Plans
  • Photo-Illustrated Instruction Book
  • Air Force Decals
  • SIG Easy Hinges
  • Engine Mounts
  • Standard Trike Landing Gear
  • Complete Hardware Pack


Wingspan: 58 in. (1473 mm)

Wing Area: 700 in² (45.1 dm²)

Flying Weight 7.5 lbs (3400 g)

Engine Required: .60 (10 cm³) 2-Stroke

Radio Required: 4 Channel

5 Stars
Nice Classic Plane
All I have to say is Wow !! Thank You Sig Mfg. for helping keep the building side of our hobby alive . I flew my first King Kobra till it was getting to heavy ,from a few small crashes . So I love this plane so much I am building a second one with retracts and dual aileron servos re-locating the rudder and elevator servos to the rear of the plane to offset the retracts weight and a few other small improvements, Thanks again for such a solid model.
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Reviewed by:  from Hanover ,Pa USA. on 6/28/2015

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