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Legend Hobby - SEAGULL MODELS CURTISS P-40N WARHAWK 33cc-50cc 80″

LEGENDHOBBY.com presents the Seagull Models New Version 80” P-40N Warhawk with Optional New 100 Degree Rotating Retracts! Perfect for almost any engine from 35cc to 50cc! Warhawks arrive in a few weeks so Pre-Order yours now!

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SEAGULL MODELS CURTISS P-40N WARHAWK (SHARK MOUTH) 33cc-50cc 80″ WINGSPAN- SEA250S

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Pre-Order / Reservation Details – Please read this information carefully before pre-ordering:

We are accepting pre-orders for the SEAGULL MODELS CURTISS P-40N WARHAWK 33cc-50cc 80″ (SHARK HEAD) SEA250S. The models are leaving the factory in Nov 2020! We cannot guarantee delivery by Christmas 2020 bc of logistics that we cannot possibly control but models should arrive by late December/Early January! Any changes to the ETA will be posted on this page.

This is a high demand product, so we strongly recommend pre-ordering if you wish to receive an aircraft from this container shipment. The next shipment won’t be until late SPRING 2021, so order now to avoid disappointment!

In order to reserve your SEAGULL MODELS CURTISS P-40N WARHAWK 33cc-50cc 80″ (SHARK HEAD) SEA250S your payment will be processed at the time your pre-order is placed.

BRIEF HISTORY:

The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was an American single-engined, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground-attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. The Warhawk was used by most Allied powers during World War II, and remained in frontline service until the end of the war. It was the third most-produced American fighter, after the P-51 and P-47. P-40 Warhawk was the name the United States Army Air Corps adopted for all models. A total of 11,998 P-40s were built before production was finally terminated in 1944.

The Seagull Curtiss P-40N 80″ / 2032mm Warhawk is extremely lightweight with its balsa and plywood construction. It has a highly detailed cockpit and Painted fiberglass cowl, exhaust ports, and landing gear pods. The factory-applied Oracover covering trim scheme and the painted fiberglass cowl recreates the iconic “Shark Mouth” which helps this model stay true to the look of the original real WWII-era P-40 Warhawk aircraft.

** PLEASE NOTE THIS MODEL HAS BOTH DECAL SHEETS FOR SHARK MOUTH/PARROT HEAD IN BOX! THIS IS A CUSTOM NO DECALS APPLIED VERSION BROUGHT TO YOU BY LEGENDHOBBY.COM!***

100 DEGREE ELECTRIC RETRACTS WITH FUNCTIONAL OLEO STRUTS NOW AVAILABLE! THIS KEEPS WHEELS FORWARD OF PREVIOUS POSITION & PREVENTS NOSE OVERS! ELECTRIC RETRACTS ARE SOLD SEPARATELY! ORDER HERE: SEAGULL 80″ P-40 WARHAWK ELECTRIC RETRACT SET

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Curtiss P-40N WARHAWK 33cc-50cc gasoline engine.
  • Wingspan …………………………….. 80in (2032mm)
  • Wing area ……………………………. 1094.3 sq.in (70.6 sq.dm)
  • Approximate flying weight ………. 13.7 – 14.1 lbs (6.2 – 6.4 kg)
  • Length ………………………………… 63.6 in (161.5cm)
  • Recommended engine size …….33cc-50cc gasoline engine
  • ELECTRIC CONVERSION INCLUDED.
  • Radio system required 6 channels with 8 servos.
  • Flying skill level intermediate/advanced.

KEY FEATURES

  • High quality balsa and balsa plywood, these make light weight construction
  • Eye catching scale colour scheme
  • Two-piece, plug-in wing with functional flaps which is easy and quick to assemble
  • Covered in genuine oraccover film covering
  • Pre-cut scale decal sheet
  • Factory painted fiberglass engine cowl
  • Fully detailed, factory painted canopy
  • All necessary hardware included
  • Electric power conversion included
  • The flaps to reduce landing speeds
  • The fuselage is well designed, and the firewall is strong enough to handle just about any engine in the recommended range you choose
  • -POSITION & PREVENTS NOSE OVERS! ELECTRIC RETRACTS ARE SOLD SEPARATELY!
  • ORDER HERE: SEAGULL 80″ P-40 WARHAWK ELECTRIC RETRACT SET
  • The P-40N WARHAWK comes with both decal sets for the Shark Mouth and the Parrot Head on decal sheets in the box. This allows you the customer the option to finish the plane to look like the one on the box cover or add your very own custom decals for a personalized Warhawk of your liking. (BOTH DECAL SHEETS for Shark Mouth and Parrot Head are included but NOT APPLIED allowing you to customize the final markings!)

** Servos, radio gear, engines/motor/batteries , not included***

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Old 12-18-2020, 09:15 PM
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Happy to see a new P-40 hit the market! AWESOME!
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Where would you find a correctly shaped spinner for this plane?
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Love the P-40. This versions tailwheel seems really off. I know they are stand off scale but its bad imo.
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Love the P-40. This versions tailwheel seems really off. I know they are stand off scale but its bad imo.
Main gear wheels are way small compared to scale. All P-40s had very large diameter wheels compared to later warbirds. Good to see new planes on the market but details like this really stand out.
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Main gear wheels are way small compared to scale. All P-40s had very large diameter wheels compared to later warbirds. Good to see new planes on the market but details like this really stand out.
Agreed, I'm not expecting a scale competition class bird but leaving out these details leaves a lot to be desired.
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Agreed, I'm not expecting a scale competition class bird but leaving out these details leaves a lot to be desired.
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I thought this was an update or remake of the Skyshark N model, but the wingspan is shorter, so I suppose its an original design. Just seems a little small for my DLE55, and maybe too much for my 30cc. But any warbird experts can correct me on this.
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I thought this was an update or remake of the Skyshark N model, but the wingspan is shorter, so I suppose its an original design. Just seems a little small for my DLE55, and maybe too much for my 30cc. But any warbird experts can correct me on this.
That is my take on engine sizes also. I'd like to see any warbird that size fly at that advertised weight! Probably a good plane for a good strong 35.

I have a Zero of similar size powered by a 53 and it weighs around 22 pounds ... flies great though. I believe the Zero has more wing area than this P40.
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The Phoenix version seems to be a similar option:

https://www.towerhobbies.com/product.../PMMA1770.html

I have one new in the box that I'll be setting up with a 12S Electric power system. The quality is about what one would expect out of Phoenix/Blackhorse/Seagull. However the Phoenix comes with a nice set of electric main and tail retracts (not mentioned on towers site since the first version came with pneumatics) and its significantly cheaper.
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I'm still wondering if any company makes a scale P 40 spinner.
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Main gear wheels are way small compared to scale. All P-40s had very large diameter wheels compared to later warbirds. Good to see new planes on the market but details like this really stand out.
My thoughts to on the mains....
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I'm still wondering if any company makes a scale P 40 spinner.
TruTurn would custom make one for $$$.
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TruTurn would custom make one for $$$.
Yeah, I live right down the highway from Tru Turn, a great company that makes the very best quality spinners.
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