E-Flite UMX PT-17 with AS3X BNF EFLU3080

Key Features

Advanced AS3X� technology delivers rock-solid handlingProportional four-channel controlModeled after the full-scale PT-17 owned by Pat HartnessRealistic-looking radial engine detailIndustry-leading Spektrum� DSMX� 2.4GHz technologyUltra micro linear servos (installed)150mAh 1S 3.7V 25C Li-Po battery (included)USB 1S Li-Po flight battery charger (included)Ultra-lightweight, fully assembled airframe

Needed To Complete

4+ channel transmitter with Spektrum DSM2�/DSMX 2.4GHz technology


An American Aviation Treasure

Built by the thousands to train pilots for the U.S. Army during WWII, hundreds of the PT-17 biplanes still fly. Many served as crop dusters and were given radial engines that doubled their horsepower. Not just tough, its well-mannered flight characteristics helped make it a general aviation treasure that�s a popular sight at air shows around the world.

The E-flite UMX� PT-17 is modeled after the beautiful PT-17 owned by Pat Hartness, founder of the Joe Nall event held at Triple Tree Aerodrome, in South Carolina. Fully assembled right out of the box, you can be ready to fly in the time it takes to charge the battery. From the distinct outline to the cylinder fins on the dummy radial engine, scale detail can be seen throughout. The result is an impressive looking model that offers full four-channel control for great handling on the ground and the maneuverability to perform scale aerobatics.

The advanced AS3X� (Artificial Stabilization � 3-aXis) system built into the Spektrum� 6-channel ultra micro receiver is what helps give the UMX PT-17 an incredibly solid look and feel in the air

Product Features

  • UMX PT-17 with AS3X BNF

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