Dynam F6F "Hellcat", 5 Chan, 1270mm Warbird, servoless retracts, nav lights, flap ready, ARF or RTF

List Price: $229.00
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The Dynam F6F is here!

I've been loving a load of planes lately, and  I am presently prepared to proclaim- this is another great Dynam plane!  These are designed for the scale concious pilot who's on more of a budget- it's nearly as impressive as the FMS Hellcat, but it's a lot less expensive to fly and maintain. The batteries are cheaper, and the props (the most breakable part of any prop plane) are way less expensive. If you want, you can put in a little time and liven up the flaps and lights, so you get the benefit without the up-front cost. Looks great, flies like a bird, and comes through with the VERY realistic looking aerobatics- a GREAT show plane because of how realistic it looks in the air. (As usual, I'm describing a test plane that we flew with the MAX Crashproofing installed. If you already have a plane that's reinforced, you know about the better handling characteristics of a stiffer airframe, and how much more stable they are in flight- the VERY smooth flying look of a real plane!)

The Grumman F6F Hellcat is another plane of the Dynam 4 cell line, and it's a gorgeous- another smooth tracking near perfect flier, once again with the serious fighter handling, plenty of power, a big honkin' prop, lights, servoless retracts, and it's flap ready like the rest of them. I livened my flaps up on this one too, and you can check out our How-To video on Yootoob to see how to link the "split" flaps (2 flaps per wing) so they work on one servo. 


This plane has got an EASY place on my "favorite planes" list- I admit the list is getting bigger, but I think that's a very GOOD thing!

A word about the "Crashproofing". we've been designing reinforcement kits for foamies for almost 3 years now, and we've learned a few things. First, we've learned where to put the rods for the best effect, and that effect keeps improving- wait til you see the latest video examples, they're simply stunning. Here's the video showing a Dynam Mustang diving into pavement at full throttle -  and living to fly another day! if you haven't seen it, get ready to have your mind blown-

Like all of our recent reinforcement designs, this Dynam F6F Hellcat benefits from all we've learned, and our Crashproofing will certainly keep your plane in one piece in crashes that would SHRED a plane without Carbon Fiber reinforcement. Additionally, the much stiffened airframe gives you the ability to double the G forces that your plane can absorb during aerobatics- now you can yank her out of a power dive with NO fear! Upgrade to MAX to get the maximum protection of many more parts of the foam, like delicate tips of elevators and aileron "tabs", more nose protection, and more wing strengthening.

Some people think Crashproofing 's expensive, but it's FAR cheaper than 2 or 3 replacement planes! Here's a fact for you: since we've perfected the basic Crashproofing design, I haven't lost a single plane to a crash- and I've had a LOT of crashes. We did the math, and replacing the planes that would have been destroyed would have cost over $4000, as compared with about $2200 worth of crashproofing in those planes- so we've saved about double the cost of the Crashproofing across 2 years. Our biggest problem is figuring out where to put new planes, because the old ones never go in the garbage! Get your P-47 with Crashproofing, and you'll probably still have it literally years into the future!

A last note- the exhaust pipes you can see at the back of the cowl in our photos are part of the SUPER MAX Crashproofing kit- they're short lengths of carbon fiber tubes that we glued into the holes in the foam (there ARE holes there that are just the right size for the 6mm pipes). They do NOT come with the plane unless you choose hte SUPER MAX kit, which also makes the nose into a VERY solid block of foam with 16 heavy Carbon fiber rods- now, THAT is the way to add nose weight! (Of course, the one in the video is, once again, MAXXED OUT, with the SUPERMAX Crashproofing and the extra plastic nose bands. The bands go completely around the front end of the fuselage under the cowl, and also completely around the inside of the cowl. If we should ever happen to crash this plane, you'll get to see the SPECTACULAR results of this formidable reinforcement- guaranteed to take a high speed nose in dive with little or no structural damage. What  does that mean? It means, you may get a crack or some ugly road rash, but you'll probably be able to launch the plane again immediately, if your prop and motor are unbent. At this point, I can honestly say that our Crashproofing kits are some of the best working stuff I've ever seen- meaning, they actually do what they're supposed to, which is SAVE YOUR PLANE in most crashes. Join the growing list of very satisfied people whose planes were saved to fly again! Want to read it in their own words? Click HERE for our Testimonial Page!


Wingspan:                1270mm (50 in)

Overall Length:       1054mm (41.5 in)

Landing Gear:         90˚ Rotating Servoless Retracts (main gear)

Servo:                        9g x 4pcs

Battery:                     14.8V (4s)  2200mAh Li-Po, 25C (Supplied with RTF version)  
                                   (We fly ours with a  3000mAh 4s 25c LiPo)

Speed Controller:   40A Brushless   

Motor Size:               BM3715A-KV500 Brushless Outrunner

Flying Weight:         1600g (56.5oz)  Before Crashproofing Install, 

                                   1970g w/ Max Crashproofing and a 2200mAh 4s Lipo,

                                   2050g w/ Max Crashproofing and a 3000mAh 4s Lipo


Price: $189.00