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 201.8 mph at the 1970 Miami Races! Great Planes' ARF model is just as capable as a racer, and equally exciting as an aerobatic sport plane — tracking solidly, turning quickly, and slowing gently for smooth, predictable landings.
The Little Toni flies well with a 2-stroke .61 engine, but when equipped with a 4-stroke .91 — like the O.S.® FS-91 Surpass II shown here — its awesome racing potential is fully unleashed.I
nside the painted fiberglass fuselage, the spacious radio compartment provides plenty of room for on-board gear. Dual aileron servos simplify installation and boost precision and authority.
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.
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Wingspan: 63 in (1600 mm)
Wing Area: 775 in² (50 dm²)
Weight: 7.25-8.25 lb (3.29-3.74 kg)
Wing Loading: 21.5-24.5 oz/ft² (65-75 g/dm²)
Length: 56.5 in (1435 mm)
Engine Required: 2-stroke .61 cu in or 4-stroke .91 cu in
Radio Required: 4-channel with 5 servos