SIG Citabria

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The Citabria can certainly be called this generation's barnstormer. It's role in...
The Citabria can certainly be called this generation's barnstormer. It's role in general aviation for the past three decades, as a sport aerobatic trainer and an economical utility vehicle, is unequalled by any other recent production aircraft.

The Citabria was introduced in the early 1960s by the Champion Aircraft Corp. as a sporty alternative for private pilots who wanted something different than an all-metal nosewheel airplane. It was a direct descendant of the venerable Aeronca Champ. By spelling "airbatic" backwards, they came up with the name Citabria. Sport fliers fell in love with the Citabria because, even though it had more horsepower and new aerobatic capability, it is still a sweet flying Champ at heart.

Ideal For Sunday Flying


Sport Scale Competition!
This scale model of the Citabria flies just as good as the original! It's big flat-bottomed wing makes it easy and gentle to fly. Loops, rolls, hammerheads, Immelman turns, and spins are all part of its aerobatic routine. The Citabria can bring you hours of enjoyable R/C flying.


Exact Scale Outlines Of A Post-1974 Citabria
Rugged Balsa/Ply Construction
Strong One-Piece Wing Design
Precision Die-Cut Formers and Ribs
Molded Plastic Cowling & Wheel Pants
Formed Aluminum Landing Gear

Formed Tailwheel Wire
Nylon Tail Wheel Bracket
Engine Mounts
Complete Hardware Pack
Authentic Decals
Scale 3-View Drawing
Photo-Illustrated Assembly Manual
Wingspan: 69 in 1753 mm Wing Area: 740 sq in 47.7 dm² Length: 47 in 1194 mm Flying Weight: 7 lb 3175 g Wing Loading: 21.8 oz/sq ft 66 g/dm² Radio Required: 4-Channel (not included) Engine Required: (not included) .2-Stroke .35 - .50 (5.7 - 8.2 cc) 4-Stroke .45 - .61 (7.5 - 10 cc)
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