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P-40 Warhawk
Almost Ready-to-Fly Giant Scale Model

P-40 Warhawk

When Tigers ruled the skies.

Made famous by Colonel Claire Chennault's "Flying Tigers" squadron at the onset of World War II, the P-40 Warhawk had one of the most impressive kill-to-loss ratios of any Allied fighter plane. Equally impressive is Top Flite's IMAA-legal replica of the P-40, which utilizes Gold Edition engineering to capture the exciting details of this revered warbird in a great-flying ARF!
  • Built-up balsa and ply airframe with fiberglass cowl, belly pan and landing gear pods.

  • Exceptional scale flight characteristics using affordable and easy-to-maintain 43-55 cc gasoline engines.

  • Many scale touches that you won't find on any other giant-scale P-40 ARF!

Gold Edition

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P-40 Warhawk

Top Flite's Giant Scale P-40 Warhawk is modeled after a restored full-size P40E owned and flown by Rudy Frasca of Frasca International in Urbana, Illinois.
detailed cockpit

The cockpit detail and instrumentation is just as you would find in a full-size P-40 Warhawk is included in this model.
tail section

Stab halves assemble with self-aligning aluminum mounting tubes, and all control surfaces except the rudder are pre-hinged to speed up final assembly.
fiberglass cowl

The fiberglass cowl captures the lines of the P-40 perfectly. The iconic "shark mouth" nose art is painted on, and the exhaust ports are already in place. A scale-shaped, painted aluminum spinner is included.
Robart retracts

Heavy-duty fixed landing gear is included with this model. For the ultimate in authenticity, optional Robart® retract gear can also be installed. The gear bolts easily into place following the instructions provided in the model's assembly manual.
wing cutaway

The wings are reinforced to help the landing gear withstand the impact of a less-than-perfect touchdown.
ribbed split flaps

Close attention to detail is evident in the split flaps, which are ribbed just like on the full-size P-40.

The Flying Tigers was the most popular P-40 trim scheme, and it has been faithfully reproduced on this ARF using flat finish MonoKote® covering on the built-up balsa and ply sections and paint on the fiberglass parts.
P-40 Warhawk in action P-40 Warhawk in action P-40 Warhawk in action

The airfoil of this P-40 Warhawk model has been designed to virtually eliminate tip stalls – a problem usually associated with warbird models – so that with the flaps deployed it's relatively easy to land.

Please note: all recommendations were the best choices available at the time of product release. Please check with your dealer for additional choices.

DLEG0060 DLE Engines 60 cc Gasoline Engine w/Electronic Ignition
FJIG0144 Fuji-Imvac™ BT-43EI-2 43cc Gasoline Engine
FUTL7639 Futaba® R6008HS 8-Channel 2.4GHz FASST™ Receiver
FUTM0102 Futaba S9402 High-Speed BB Servo (6)
FUTM0075 Futaba S9001 Coreless BB Servo (3)
FUTM4385 Futaba Heavy-Duty Switch Harness (2)
FUTM1285 Futaba 1500mAh NiCd Receiver Battery (or equivalent)
HCAM2721 Hobbico® 24" (610 mm) Pro Series HD Servo Extension (2)
TACM2711 Tactic™ HD 12" (300 mm) Servo Extension - Futaba J (5)
GPMM1100 Great Planes® Large Scale 1" Single Side Servo Arm (2)
GPMM1110 Great Planes Large Scale 2" Single Side Servo Arm
JTCG1035 J'TEC Radiowave Muffler

Stock Number: TOPA0705
Wingspan: 86 in (2185 mm)
Wing Area: 1262 in² (81.4 dm²)
Weight: 23-24 lb (10.4-10.8 kg)
Wing Loading: 42-44 oz/ft² (128-134 g/dm²)
Length: 72 in (1830 mm)
Requires: minimum 5-channel radio with fixed landing gear (9-channel or greater recommended) with 9 servos, 43-55 cc gasoline engine.
Please consult your dealer or the instruction manual for recommended products.

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