G-91 PAN V2 90mm 46" EDF PNP, Black Lancers, by SebArtDownload the G-91 PAN EDF Assembly Manual Here
with Fan, Motor, ESC, 11 Servos & Electric Retracts
- Scale cockpit and pilot
- Scale retractable electric landing gear
- Scale functions: Light system, flaps and parachute!
- Fuselage stand and wing holder included in the box
The G-91 PAN EDF ARF, was designed by the 15 times Italian Champion Sebastiano Silvestri, vice-European Champion and F.A.I World Cup winner F3A.
This professional ARF kit is the result of Sebastiano’s long research, experience in aerobatics and his passion for jet and scale planes. This combined with a light and strong weight foam/epo structure and with small aerodynamic tricks give the G-91 PAN EDF an impressive precision and easy control at any airspeed and flight condition.
The G-91 PAN EDF is simply unique... fly it and enjoy the scale functions, as the flaps, the lights system, the electric landing gear with scale doors and the parachute! It can fly slow, it can fly fast and it can perform as the real Frecce Tricolori all aerobatic maneuvers! .....the only limit is your fantasy!
The Real Plane
The Fiat G.91 was an Italian jet fighter aircraft. It entered in operational service with the Italian Air Force in 1961, with the West German Luftwaffe, in 1962, and later with the Portuguese Air Force. It was in production for 19 years. 756 aircraft were completed, including the prototypes and pre-production models. The Fiat G.91 enjoyed a long service life that extended over 35 years.
The Fiat G.91 have served for many years with the Italian aerobatic team, the Frecce Tricolori as the G.91 PAN. The Frecce Tricolori (literally Tricolour Arrows), officially known as the 313° Gruppo Addestramento Acrobatico, is the aerobatic demonstration team of the Italian Aeronautica Militare , based at Rivolto Air Force Base. They were formed in 1961 as an Air Force team. On 28 December 1963 the “Frecce Tricolori” received the first of about twenty of the new light tactic fighter jet, the Fiat G.91, duly modified for aerobatic training. Among the main changes made to this aircraft, called the G.91PAN, was the addition of a smoke–producing device fueled by subwing tanks and special counterweights installed in place of onboard weapons. For the first time, since the end of World War II, an aerobatic team was equipped with a fighter aircraft entirely designed and produced in Italy. With the delivery of the G.91PAN the “Frecce Tricolori” developed two different flight schemes – high and low flight, the later adopted in case of adverse weather conditions – which included well-known figures such as the Cardioid, the Double Tonneau, the Arizona, the Bomb and subsequently the Apollo 313. With the G.91 the “Frecce Tricolori” pilots could give their best and gained great popularity in Italy as well as overseas, rightfully placing themselves among the greatest aerobatic teams in the world. The G91 equipped the Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale (National Aerobatic Team) for 18 glorious years, during which the “Frecce Tricolori” pilots received honors and recognition all over the world and in 1982 the G.91PAN was finally replaced by the MB339PAN...