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John Redman shows us the new E-flite PT-19

02/10/2009 by Jim Booker

Copyright:© 2009 Horizon Hobby, Inc.

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  • Wingspan: 45 in (1143mm)
  • Wing Area: 310 sq in (19.9 sq dm)
  • Weight: 27–29 oz (820–880 g)
  • Radio: 4 channels
  • Servos: 4 sub-micro
  • Speed Control: 30-amp (Park 450)
  • Battery: 1800–2100 3S 11.1V Li-Po

Following in the footsteps of E-flite’s very popular Taylorcraft 450, the new PT-19 450 ARF will be another one of those “Modelers Favorite Airplanes."  The full-size airplane was, of course, a military trainer, but the model will be really fun-flying and excellent-looking for everyday RC guys. Reasonably aerobatic but easy to fly might be a good description of this model. It will also include something of a surprise—it can be built as either a control line model or an RC model.  This is an easy airplane to build and can be flown by any pilot who has graduated from a basic trainer.

Our video interview with John Redman, Senior Product Developer for E-flite, will outline the features of this new model. Watch our video and see what John has to say.

EFL2675     E-flite PT-19 450 ARF
PT-19 Parts List
PT-19 Optional Parts