1/4 Scale Nieuport (407)
World War I Biplane Fighter
Originally designed for air racing, the Nieuport 11 was pressed into service to combat the deadly Fokker Eindecker, which it did! Soon its reputation for being a small, easy to fly, flighter plane earned it the nick name "Babe." The Nieuport 11 also respresents the most colorful era for Allied aircraft in World War I, as pilots custom painted their Babies in a wide variety of personal and patriotic color schemes.
- Full Size Rolled Plans & Instructions
- Jig & die cut parts
- "Full Flying" Rudder
- Pre-bent Wire Landing Gear and Struts
- Two Removable " 1-piece" bolt on wings
- Basic Hardware Package
- ABS Plastic Cowl
- G900 1/4 Scale Lewis Gun (1 required)
- 488 1/4 Scale DuBro Vintage Wheels 7"
- 678 DuBro 16 oz Fuel Tank
- D407 Vinyl Decals French Markings
- D420 Vinyl Decals British Markings
- Solartex: (2) - 5m roll
- Wing Span: 73 inches
- Wing Area: 1450 sq in
- Wing Loading: 18-21 oz/sq ft
- Flying Weight: 12-14 lbs.
- Fuselage Length: 61 inches
- Engine Size: 20-25 cc Gasoline 1.2 4-Stroke Glow
- Electric Power: AZ1 4130/20 on 24 cells
- Cowl Diameter: 9-1/2 inches