The Piper PA-18 Super Cub is a two-seat, single-engine monoplane, introduced in 1949 by Piper Aircraft. Over 9,000 were built in nearly 40 years of production.
The Super Cub was renowned for its ability to take off and land in short distances, and due to this was made into float planes as well.
The real thing would cruise at around 185 km/h, 115 mph, at altitudes up to 19,000 feet.
The new Dynam Super Cub PA-18 is ready to fly (RTF) with all electronics pre-installed. So you can have it out of the box and up in the air, within a matter of minutes.
This plane is suitable for all users, from the novice to the expert, and will keep the most experienced of pilots entertained with its aerobatic skill. It’s light-weight, strong, and crash resistant so that you can fly it with confidence no matter what your ability.
This plane comes with a powerful, brushless motor system which enables it to perform 3D aerobatic stunts, and to be flown easily, even in windy conditions. You can even steer the rear wheel for greater control on the ground!
The Super Cub comes with a 2.4GHz radio which means the range is longer and more stable plus you do not have to worry about interference from other fliers. The plane is made from strong but lightweight foam that is more resistant to crashes and gives easier stable flight even in windy conditions. The plane can take off from the ground or can be hand launched.