AT-6 Texan PNP Brushless Electric Airplane by Volantex R/C

Volantex R/C
VLTX-1001
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This is the VolantexRC 1.4m AT-6 Texan 758-2 PNP (Plug-N-Play) Electric Airplane. The AT-6 Texan was a single-engined advanced aircraft used to train pilots of the U.S. military. It has been popular since the beginning with pilots and enthusiasts. Now hobbyists can take advantage of the history with this VolantexRC AT-6 electric airplane.

Featuring quiet and efficient brushless motor power, the AT-6 Texan is as fun to fly as it is to admire. With its durable EPO construction, the AT-6 takes to the sky with authority, with excellent performance and enjoyable flights. Simply add your radio gear and battery, and take to the sky.


Features: 

  • Quick, easy assembly
  • One of the most recognized WWII Warbirds
  • Lightweight and durable EPO construction
  • Powerful 850kV brushless motor included
  • Four 9g servos included
  • Advanced 30A brushless ESC included

Specifications:
Material:
EPO
Wingspan:
1400mm (55.12")
Length: 1035mm (40.8")
Weight: 1350g
Servo: 9g (4 included)
Motor: 850kV 4023 brushless
ESC: 30A Brushless
Is Assembly Required: Yes
Assembly Time: Around 1 hour

Includes: 

  • AT-6 Texan
  • (4) 9 Gram Servos
  • (1) 4023 Motor
  • (1) 30A Brushless ESC

Needed To Complete:

  • 6+ channel transmitter and receiver radio system
  • 11.1V 3S 1800mAh LiPo flight battery
  • Charger for flight battery

Recommended Product:

  • ECP-4013: EcoPower "Electron" 4S Li-Poly 50C Battery Pack (14.8V/2200mAh)
  • ECP-LP-2200-3S30: EcoPower "Electron" 3S Li-Poly 30C Pack (11.1V/2200mAh)

This product was added to our catalog on May 6, 2016.

Tim Du Bato
Verified Owner
Friday, Jul 31 2015 (about a year ago)
Volantex R/C AT-6 Texan PNP Brushless Electric Airplane
The fit and finish in pretty good for an inexpensive plane. It flies ok but note great but then again it is a at-6. In the air it is bright and easy to track. The real problem lies with parts. While the plane overall is pretty stout the motor shaft and cowling are very weak and easily broken. I have two of these and have literally been begging for cowlings for 3 weeks and cannot even get a response other than I will ask my manager and get back to you. Have they gotten back! never. For a company that touts itself on parts and service on a timely basis this is bogus and untruthful. I solved the motor shaft issue by purchasing the shaft and hub assembly form a parkzone ( Great Plane) T-28 and making slight modifications. I have purchased planes and parts here for some time but may need to move on due to this modifications. Happy flying everyone, hope your parts availability is better than mine.