PH112-LA9 25-35CC

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Wing Area: 58.5 dm2
Flying Weight:7.2-8.1 kg
Fuselage Length:1668mm (65.6 in)
Engine Required:30-33 cc gas engine (not included)
Radio Required:6 channel minimum (not included)
Servo:9 standard hi-torque servo: 2 aileron; 2 flap; 2 elevator; 1 rudder; 1 retract; 1 throttle (not included)
Wing Span:1814mm (71.4in)


The Lavochkin La-9 was a Soviet fighter aircraft  produced shortly after World War II. It was a piston engined aircraft produced at the start of the jet age. Only one La-9 remains in airworthy condition today, owned by Jerry Yagen of Virginia Beach, Va, restored by Pioneer Aero Restorations between 2001 and 2003. A handful of others remain in museums in China, Korea and one in Romania.
     Phoenix Model’s La-9 ARF is a remarkably accurate rendition of Soviet’s fighter airplane. This 33cc-sized almost-ready-to-fly airplane was designed and crafted to be the most realistic sport-scale ARF on the market. 3-D computer engineering produces parts that fit with absolute precision for straight, strong assembly. Phoenix Model has thought of just about everything to make set up convenient, including a removable, and large top hatch for battery packs or radio equipment.