The DHC Beaver was introduced in 1947 by DeHavilland as a single engine, high wing monoplane featuring stresses skin, monocoque construction. By the end of production in 1967, some 1600 aircraft had been produced. The late version presented here is a DHC 2T Turbo Beaver and is a development of the original piston-powered plane. The Beaver has gained a well-deserved reputation as the "workhorse of the north".
The model is scaled to approximately 1:6.7 and attention was paid to a true-to-original appearance and best flight characteristics. The model can be operated using an electric power system or with an internal combustion engine about 20-35cc displacement.
Some content in menu 2.
Wingspan : 2,250 mm (88.58 in).
Length : 1,675 mm ( 65.94 in).
Weight : 5.5kg (12.1lbs).
Wing area: 59.7 dm2.
Wing loading: 92.1g/dm2
Wing type: USA 35-B Airfoil.
Servo mount: 42mm x 21mm.
Gear type: Aluminium Hi-grade for main gear and spring wire for tail gear (included).
Recommended motor and battery set up (not included):
Lipo cell: 6 cells 4,000-5,000mAh.
Receiver battery: 6V/ 1200-2000mAh NiMH.