The Rascal handles very easily, and it's easily capable of performing the usual aerobatic flying maneuvers including rolls, loops, inverted flight, stall turns, spins and knife edge flights. At lower flight speeds, altitude and climb/decent rates can be greatly controlled with throttle without making attitude changes.
This plane is also great on the water. Sig provides rear float mounts in the fuselage area behind the wing saddle for installing floats. So you can take the Sig Rascal 40 on the water for some relaxing water flights.
Instructions for Balancing the model and setting control throws are pretty thorough. The manual is very helpful and in many respects, goes way beyond what's necessary to assemble the Sig Rascal 40 Rascal. By carefully reading the manual, the user can learn some things about assembly and model building techniques that should be of value in future projects.
Stabilizers, elevators, fuselage, Wing panel, rudder, aluminum landing gear and wheels, figerglass wheel pants, a tailwheel assembly, fuel tank, spinner, control horns, an adjustable motor mount assembly, tubes and pushrods, servo mounting blocks, miscellaneous hardware (standard and metric) plus comes with a very good assortment of easily applied graphics and decals, and a fully illustrated comprehensive assembly manual. Go from box to field in about 4 to 5 hours.
A 4 channel radio system with 5 standard servos for rudder/elevator/aileron and throttle operation
1 pc. .40-.46 2 stroke or .40-.53 4 stroke glow engine
1 PropellerAnd get Off to a Great Start with Hangar 9 Start-Up Field Pack - It takes the guess work out of finding the right field accessories for the beginner.It includes all the support equipment necessary to get your model off the ground once you're at the field.
It features a sturdy cardboard construction Tote Box which includes:
A manual fuel pump
Two Hangar 9 glow plugs
Rechargeable glow driver with charger
Modeling knife with #11 blades
Drill with bits
Dremel Rotary Tool with bits