GP Lancair ARF


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First unveiled in 1985, Lancair homebuilt kits were winning awards at airshows all over the country by the early 1990’s. Great Planes’ ARF version of the Lancair ES has many of the same attributes as the aircraft that inspired it (including a classy appearance that looks fast even when sitting on the ground). Basically any maneuver you can think of — loops, spins, snap rolls and inverted flight — the Lancair excels at. You’ll spend only 15-20 hours assembling this classic plane, which boasts superior ARF construction throughout: quality woods, MonoKote® covering, and lots of strong, lightweight fiberglass. Plus, the included Great Planes hardware adds to the plane’s quality and convenience. So, if you’re the type of performance-hungry R/C pilot who’s always on the lookout for a plane with aerobatic potential, the Lancair is for you! It’s sleek, it’s speedy, and it’s the first-ever ARF model of this homebuilt classic!


  • Stock Number: GPMA1347
  • Wingspan: 80 in (2030 mm)
  • Wing Area: 690 in² (44.5 dm²)
  • Weight: 8.5-9 lb (3850-4080 g)
  • Wing Loading: 28-30 oz/ft² (87-92 g/dm²)
  • Length: 52 in (1320 mm)
  • Engine Required: 2-stroke .61-.75 cu in (10-12 cc) or 4-stroke .91 cu in (15 cc)
  • Radio Required: 5-channel w/7 standard servos