KI-61 Hien

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SPECIFICATIONS

Scale                            1:3.75

Wingspan                   125.87"

Length                         91.73"

Wing Area                   2204.50 sq. in.

Weight                          38 - 50 lbs.

Power                           85 - 100cc

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Accesories

description

The Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien, a very sleek Japanese warbird was the most produced liquid-cooled inline V engine of the Japanese Army during World War II.
American pilots often misidentified the plane as a Messerschmitt Bf-109, a Henkel He-100 or a Macchi C.202 and that is why it  was assigned the Allied code name Tony. In total, 3,078 Ki-61s were produced.

You don't need to be a master builder to achieve a very nice Tony. It features an accurate outline and can be completed with all kind of details for scale competition. 

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features

The set of plans were developed around our  kit or can be used to cut your own kit for scratch build by anyone with previous model building experience. Plans include full-size layout for all required parts in very detailed 7 sheets.

  • Our laser-cut kit, features interlocking auto-jig system for easy assembly. 

  • Three-piece plug-in wing allows for easy transport and storage.

  • Fiberglass cowl with scale panel lines for authenticity and faux exhaust stacks. (sold separately)

  • Clear plastic canopy. (Sold separately)

  • Sierra Giant Scale main landing gear and fix tail unit. (Sold Separately)

  • 6" main wheels, 1.25" tail wheel

  • Custom scale carbon fiber  spinner with aluminum back plate. (Sold separately) 

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