North American’s Pilot Maker, E-Flite Edition!
The AT-6 Texan is such a classic looking airplane and it’s one that I’ve always had a soft spot for. You regularly see them at airshows and the airplane sound is unmistakable as it maneuvers since the propeller quite literally beats the air into submission as it flies. So, I was excited to see the E-flite AT-6 Texan come online as it looked to be one of the nicest and scale looking Texans out there in recent memory. So, I was excited for the chance the review the airplane! In short, this is a great flying airplane that I’ve really fallen in love with I have to say.
In the process of this review, I liked the airplane so much, I decided to do a quick repaint on the airframe into something a little more colorful. We will touch on that here somewhat, but I will be posting a separate video and article on that process soon.
E-Flite AT-6 comes in a large long box and I found was nicely pacakaged. The wing is a single piece in there which is really nice and the reason for the long box. It’s almost comedic comparing how short the fuselage is compared to the wingspan. Based on the single piece wing, what you end up with then is an extremely simplified assembly that basically requires attaching the stabilizers with a couple screws and then attaching the wing. That is about the extent of the Continue reading