Little Toni Sport Racer ARF
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A variation of the Cosmic Wind design, the Little Toni Formula One pylon racer was a fierce and famous competitor for decades, reaching a speed of 301.8 mph at the 1970 Miami Races! Although not quite as fast as the full-size plane, Great Planes' ARF model is equally exciting as an everyday flyers as well as a capable racer—tracking solidly, turning quickly, and slowing gently for smooth, easy landings.
Painted fiberglass fuselage and spacious radio compartment provides plenty of room for on-board gear. Dual aileron servos simplify installation and boost precision and authority.
Assembly takes as little as 12-15 hours, thanks to the balsa-sheeted, built-up balsa/ply wing halves and tail surfaces covered in MonoKote. A clear canopy, decals and great Planes hardware are all supplied.
The fiberglass wheel pants slip over the axles and secure with two screws—about five minutes' work, with no drilling or epoxy required. For more easy realism, Great Planes includes a painted fiberglass cowl, formed and painted aluminum landing gear, and a scale aluminum spinner.
The Little Toni will fly will with a 2-stroke .61 engine, but when equipped with a 4-stroke .91 its awesome racing potential is fully unleashed.