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In 1969 Hazel Sig, when President of Sig Mfg. Co., rebuilt a standard 1941 Piper J-3 Cub for airshow flying. To increase the
plane's aerobatic performance, 40 inches were clipped off each wing panel and the engine was reworked for greater horsepower.
The result is a highly aerobatic Cub that is a real joy to fly! Smooth aileron rolls, snap rolls, immelmann turns, and many other rolling maneuvers
which are difficult in a standard wing J-3, are easy with the Clipped Wing Cub.
This 1/6-scale model inherits all of the delightful flight characteristics of Hazel's full-scale Clipped Wing Cub.
||557 sq in
||4-Channel with 4 Standard Servos (not included)|
|2-Stroke .25-.40 (4.1 - 6.0 cc)|
4-Stroke .40-.45 (6.0 - 6.5 cc)
- Built-Up Balsa Construction
- Strong One-Piece Wing
- Engine Mounts
- Hardware Package
- Spruce Wing Struts
- Full-Size Plans
- Molded Plastic Cowling
- Formed Wire Landing Gear
- Authentic Decals
- Illustrated Assembly Manual