Seagull Fairchild PT-19 ARF
Seagull Fairchild PT-19 ARF

Seagull Fairchild PT-19 ARF

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Your Price: $351.99
Retail Price:$527.50
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Part Number:SEA136

Seagull Fairchild PT-19

• Excellent scale appearance
• Aerobatic performance
• Light weight balsa and plywood construction
• CAD designed and CNC laser cut parts
• Covered in genuine UltraCote®
• Convenient 2-piece wing
• Strong aluminum wing joiner tube joiner
• Scale oleo landing gear with painted ABS covers
• Dummy scale exhaust and roll over pylon
• Detailed cockpits with lightweight painted pilots
• Factory painted fiberglass cowling
• Classic scale color scheme
• Loaded with intricate scale add-ons

The Seagull Fairchild PT-19, a World War II military trainer, has been a popular choice for scale model pilots for decades because of its classic looks, stable flying characteristics, and a bit of nostalgia thrown in.  Seagull has done a terrific job of making this PT-19 ARF look as scale as possible, including deluxe scale features like oleo sprung main landing gear, split flaps, exhaust pipes, pilots, cockpit detail and the classic U.S. Army Air Corps blue and yellow trainer color scheme.  Looks great on those low fly-bys.

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Specifications:
Wing Span: 80.5 in. 204.5 cm
Wing Area: 965.7 sq. in. 62.3 sq. dm
Fuselage Length: 58.6 in. 148.8 cm
Approx. Flying Weight: 11.9 lbs. 5.4 kg
Rec. Engine Size: 2-Stroke  .91 - 1.20 cu. in. / 4-Stroke  .91 - 1.20 cu. in.
Radio Required: 6 Channel w/ 8 servos
4 Stars
Seagull PT-19 79" WS ARF
Very good quality. Looks GREAT. Electric conversion using 8 cells. 18x10E prop. Flies well. This plane "floats" when landing, then drops. I fly from grass and on the 3rd take-off, the tail came up immediately and I broke the prop. My 4th landing, the plane hit the grass too hard. Left l/g broke loose inside the wing, and the right l/g bent back. Main l/g mounting should be made stronger, but can't be done without cutting into the wing. I've had trouble getting the flaps to work properly on the ground. Haven't used them in flight. Their mounting could be improved. Overall, I would definitely recommend this model and have had many positive comments at the two fields I've taken it to.
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Reviewed by:  from Garden Grove, California. on 4/14/2015
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