1928 Pietenpol Sky Scout UM

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From: $42.99

Relive the excitement of the golden age of aviation with our ultra-micro version of this famous aircraft. The Stevens AeroModel Pietenpol Sky Scout is a semi-scale replica of the 1933 design by Bernard Pietenpol. This radio controlled offering is suitable for both indoor and outdoor (on calm days) flying and features: A modern, laser-cut, interlocking kit design that builds trouble-free and quickly – thanks to design processes, pioneered by Stevens AeroModel.

Made in Colorado, USA
Item Number: SAK-SKYSCOUTUM
Wing span 17 1/2 in. | Wing area 65 sq. in. | Flying weight 1.4 oz. | 3-channel (RET) (more details below)
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Add the propeller and spinner!

This E-Flite (EFL9051) propeller includes a rubber spinner and simply threads onto the output shaft of the PKZ3624 gearbox.

Add the decals!

Add our premium custom cut vinyl graphics to trim out your Pietenpol Sky Scout just like ours.

Additional Details

Includes

  • Step-by-step illustrated assembly manual
  • Full size detail drawings
  • Hand selected laser-cut AAA balsa and hardwood stock
  • Comprehensive hardware package | Scale motor and radiator details

Required Electronics

  • ParkZone® Brushed Motor | PKZ3624
  • ParkZone Electronics | PKZ3352 (servo/esc/receiver)
  • E-Flite® Propeller | EFL9051
  • Battery | LiPo 3.7V 130-160 mAh (25C)

ParkZone and E-Flite are registered trademarks of Horizon Hobby, LLC

Required finishing items

  • Optional pre-cut vinyl markings set
  • Covering film | 2 PatchPakTM AeroLITETM
  • CA Glue | Thin, Medium, and Thick Adhesives

1 review for 1928 Pietenpol Sky Scout UM

  1. lostcity

    I have been fascinated by the Pietnepol series of planes for a long time. Finally built the Sky Scout and have 3 flights on it so far. All the laser cut parts fit perfectly. The fuselage went together without a hitch and the manual is probably one of the best I have seen. The wing assembly was a breeze, however I thought the cabane struts (that hold the wing) were a bit fiddly. The struts are laser cut and matched to the socket on the rib, but I positioned one strut to low in the fuselage socket, which made the wing not align well. I found covering the model much easier than other builds, as most of the panels are flat or have consistent curves. The engine detail is a plus and adds to the overall appearance of the plane. My finished Pietenpol got lots of compliments for the antique look. It does look great flying along…

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