An aerobatic wonder, the Katana 50e from Sebart is a highly-capable RC plane with excellent details.
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Takings its place among Sebart's superb range of dynamic RC planes, the new Katana S 50e was designed by Italian aerobatic pilot Sebastiano SIlvestri. The design is based on his famous Katana S competition airplane, which featured at the Tournament of Champions. This ARF plane is the result of Sebastiano's long research into 3D performance. The Katana S 50e has a very lightweight structure with an all-wood airframe and large control surfaces. This gives the plane an amazing thrust-to-weight ratio and crisp control authority at any airspeed and flight conditions. Each aileron on this RC plane is controlled by an indvidual servo.
Sebart have designed this plane to have short and direct linkages. This makes roll control precise, positive, dependable and simple to set up. The Katana's large control surfaces and full deflection throws enable it to react quickly to 3D control inputs. Just like the Mytho S, extreme aerobatic maneuvers are all possible with this remote control plane. Knife edges, high alphas, inverted uprights, harriers, torque rolls, blenders, waterfalls - if you can name it, the Katana can do it.
With its moulded fibreglass cowl and wheel pants painted to match the trim scheme, Sebart's attention to detail with the Katana is excellent (there is also a yellow Katana if you are interested). You will also notice how the trim schemes on the top and bottom are distinctively different, making it easy for you to follow the model's orientation during aerobatic maneuvers. For the adventurous aerobatic pilot, the Katana S 50e is a dream of an RC plane. Order yours now.
If you like this plane, you should also check out the Sebart Miss Wind.