Supermarine S 6


British single-engined single-seat racing seaplane built by Supermarine. The S.6 continued the line of Supermarine seaplane racers that were designed for Schneider Trophy contests of the late 1920 and 1930s.

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The Supermarine S 6 was a racing seaplane designated for the Schneider Trophy competition in 1929. The winner  John N. Boothman flu at speed 528.88 km/h. Engine Rolls – Royce R  - power 1750 kW and pilots skills helped to gain this trophy. Later on  George Stainforth beat this speed record with this plane at speed 655.6 km/h.

Length: 8.79 m, wingspan 9.14 m,height: 3.73 m

Information about the kit
The kit includes functional units (wings, fuselage, plastic parts, cab) completely painted and is ready for easy assembly. The box also contains a large amount of plastic details, propeller and a set of colors for minor editing and retouching.

This plane is very good for beginers because of static and comfortable flight with excellent manoeuvre performance.

  • Length 790 mm
  • Wingspan 860 mm
  • Weight 550 g
  • Battery Li-Po, 3 cells 1300 mAh
  • Engine AC brushless motor 150-200W

Recommended electronics : 4x 9g micro servo, Dualsky engine XM2826CA-12 or similar, Dualsky XC22-L ESC or similar