Fly in circles in low flight till a wing grazes the floor or test how many loops can be done in flight one after the other. Still, flying is very simple with this model and even an advanced beginner can get along with it very well. Flying pleasure and success experience are here for very less money and - probably this is more important - without having to spend more time in the workshop.
In the year 1969, Hazel Sig, the president of Sig Mfg. CO. restored a standard Piper J-3 Cub for flying with Air shows. In order to improve the characteristics of aerobatics, each half wing was shortened around a meter and the engine was revised, in order to obtain more performance The result is a super aerobatics-suited Cub which makes flying enormous fun! The component system offers a classical Balsa/plywood construction with precisely pierced parts and a sturdy one-piece wing with strutting made of spruce.
The low wing loading, the inherent stability and the good-natured flight characteristics that made the Cub wit so popular with the general aviation pilots , are equally ideal for model aircraft The Cub design is almost perfect for radio-controlled flying and is a beautiful scale model. This is always a classic Cub kit designed by Chuck Hollinger and more than 30 years ago originally collected by Berkeley. The dummy engine, the laminated propellers and a door to open, which is seen at the Cub are not included in the kit.