The yellow Piper J-3 Cub is one of aviation’s genuine classics. More than 20,000 Cubs were built between 1937 – 1947, and for years after that, it was the most commonly seen airplane at airports all over the country. Forgiving flight characteristics, light wing loading, and hands-off stability made it perfect for America’s weekend pilots. The Cub design is ideal for R/C flying and makes an excellent first-time 1/4-scale building project.
Easy to Transport
Two-Piece Wing Design
The center-section comes off the fuselage when the wing panels are removed, allowing complete access to the radio gear and fuel tank through the open top of the cabin.
1600 sq in
14 – 16 lb
6350 – 7258 g
4-Channel with Heavy-Duty Servos (not included)
(not included)Set Up Specifications