FlightLine Hawker Sea Fury 1200mm (47") Wingspan - PNP
FlightLine Hawker Sea Fury 1200mm (47") Wingspan - PNP - FLW201P
The Hawker Sea Fury was the last piston engine driven carrier based fighter in British history. Although the Sea Fury did not participate in the Second World War, the aircraft earned distinction operating from British and Australian carriers during the Korean War where its performance and resilience earned the Sea Fury its place in aviation history. The Sea Fury also served across the world in the service of Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Burma, West Germany, and many other nations. Following its retirement from military service, the Sea Fury continues to amaze audiences in racing competitions and air shows worldwide.
FlightLine presents its Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 in the livery of a VX730/109/K of the 805 NAS, Korea 1951. Constructed using EPO foam, this model uses carbon tubes and plastic parts to reinforce the removable wings and control surfaces. Screws allow the wing and elevator to be easily removed. The four panel split flaps are reinforced with lite plywood, and the fuel tanks can be glued on at the owner's discretion. To maximize performance efficiency, FlightLine's Sea Fury features a four bladed propeller and 580kv motor to achieve satisfying scale performance at 135kph/83mph speeds. An optional two bladed power system (sold separately) can be purchased to reach 150kph/93mph level speeds on the same 4s 14.8v battery.
- Removable main wing/elevator for easy transport
- High power motor for speeds up to 135kph/83mph
- Intuitive internal structural design for optimized cooling of all electronics in the fuselage from the nose to the tail
- Large cabin space for easy placement of the battery and radio equipment
- Built-in flat spot near the CG for optimal placement of a gyro (optional, sold separately)
- Improved spinner and propeller mounting design to enable better balance
- Optional upgrade complete nylon hinge set included in each box for free
- Tall foam rubber 65mm diameter main wheels and additional forward rake angle for operating on short grass runways
- Electric retractable landing gear with metal trunions, metal reinforcement plate and 4mm steel wire struts
- Optional two bladed propeller Sport Power System (sold separately) to achieve speeds up to 155kph/96mph
- FlightLine Hawker Sea Fury 1200mm (47") Wingspan - (PNP)
- Motor, ESC, servos and retracts pre-assembled
- 6 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 6 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 6 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 3 Cell 11.1V 4000 mAh or 4 Cell 14.8V 2200mAh to 4000mAh LiPo battery with XT60 Connector – We recommend the Admiral® 4000mAh 4S 14.8V 40C LiPo Battery with XT60 Connector
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
1200mm / 47in
1085mm / 42.7in
1550g / 54oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||80mm from the leading edge of the wing at the root|
3748-580Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor (Stock scale power system)
Electronic Speed Control
60A Brushless with XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
12x7 4 Blade Propeller / 12x8 2 Blade Propeller High Performance Version (optional)
9g standard with 550mm lead: left aileron, right aileron
|Landing Gear||Electric retracts with metal trunions|
4 Cell 14.8V 3600mAh to 4000mAh LiPo battery with XT60 Connector
6+ Channel 2.4GHz
Foam hinges except nylon hinges on flaps
|Build Time||2 Hours|
|Recommended Environment||Outdoor, minimum 200 foot runway, pavement recommended, less than 1" tall smooth grass|
Product Spare Parts
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- March 9, 2017 - There is an optional two bladed propeller Sport Power System (sold separately) to achieve speeds up to 155kph/96mph. This Sport Power System includes: 3648-880kV motor, 12x8 2 blade propeller, and 2 bladed spinner. This Sport Power System is suitable for all 1100-1200mm wingspan warbirds from the FlightLine RC brand. Click the upgrades tab above for more info.
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Good for your collection
Well constructed. Easy to assemble. Would have liked to see a power switch. May install one myself
I bought this plane on the strength of the feed backs from previous customers, and overall l am satisfied though one servo was faulty,but a phone call to them and within a few days l received a replacement.l have yet to fly it but lm sure everything will be splendid.
WOW .. What a great model.
This is an absolutely wonderful put together kit. Goes together easily and perfectly. No dings found when unpacking. The only thing i found was ALL the servo pushrods were the same length. Had to shorten one, and off center 2 servos to gain enough length on the others. One gripe I have with this and some other models; is Invasion stripes on planes that never saw combat in WW2. Sea Fury didn't see service until after WW2 (1946) and I don't think stripes were used in the Korean fight. Also, leave the decals off! I had to do paint touch-ups when the paint peeled while taking the decals off the fuselage. I changed the decals to RCN roundels. But it's a sweetheart of a plane, out of the box, and to the field in 1/2 a day; and I didn't wreck it on it's first 3 minute flight ! Yahoo !
Hawker Sea Fury
Great looking model, went together easily and true. Haven’t flown it yet but I feel sure it will fly straight and level.
Smooth Sea Fury
As I looked at the box while opening, I liked the looks of the 'invasion' stripes. But then thought "Oh, I bet those stripe decals will be a pain to get straight and flush at the ends." GOOD NEWS! They are painted on! So, they will never lift and peal off like a decal. In fact, I was very impressed that all of the decals are already installed and they look great! They suggested using an iron on mild temperature to help seal down the roundels. I think this helped a lot. The build went well, and the flying went better! It is a very smooth flying plane and it rolls beautifully. The flaps work very well, and if you keep some power in it, you can fly the wheels to the deck for a sweet / smooth landing. Keep it straight until it slows down, then the wider stance landing gear helps it handle quite well. Others had mentioned putting 4 oz. of lead in the nose. I did the same right off. This works out well, but in hindsight perhaps I might have been OK with a tiny bit less. But, this ballast does contribute to nice stable flying. I balanced the prop assembly before putting it on the plane. Then noticed as the motor turned slowly that the big old spinner is just a tiny bit off center. I hope this does not lead to problems. At moderate speed I can hear a mild buzz. At high throttle settings, it sounds off a bit! So far: I love it!
Once I had the control throws where they needed to be, she was a different animal. Good head of speed and goes where she's pointed. 2 small niggles, one, the prop nut wasn't threaded on the inside. An easy miss and Motion had one at my door 2 days later. Two, the right aileron servo developed infant mortality and had to be replaced after the second flight.Again, not that big of a deal as I had a spare ready to go.
Looks good on the box!
Will need to back track my enthusiasm to start with s more suitable learner plane, while I drool over the Sea Fury. Neil
Flightline Hawker Sea Fury
Excellent plane, details and workmanship. Just wish it had the 5 blade Rotol propeller it was so noted for. 4 blades will do, as many now have them installed.