Designed by an R/C modeller named LaMar Steen in 1970, the full-scale Skybolt became the most successful a 2-place homebuilt fully aerobatic biplane in the world. Over 450 Skybolts have been built and flown in the US, and another 200 or so in 29 other countries. It is larger and easier to handle than smaller biplanes, yet is capable of unlimited aerobatics. The Skybolt is a straightforward, honest, and absolutely beautiful biplane.

Seagull Models has created an outstanding 15cc size version of the Skybolt. It inherits the same classic good looks and great flight performance of the full-scale Skybolt. Difficult free-style gyrations and the full slate of aerobatic manoeuvres are routine for this R/C model. The airframe is conventionally built using balsa and plywood, yet the laser-cut design allows the airplane to be kept light. The UltraCote® covering, plus beautifully moulded and painted fibreglass cowl and wheel pants add to its sleek look.

A perfect airplane for everyday sport aerobatic flying and flight demonstrations.

  • A classic balsa and plywood ARF (AlmostReadyToFly)
  • All major components are factory built and finished
  • Modern construction using CAD design and lasercut parts
  • Outstanding aerobatic performance
  • Four ailerons for rapid roll rate
  • Dual elevator servos for precision aerobatic flight trimming
  • Authentic color scheme of Skybolt N250SB "Batman"
  • Covered in genuine UltraCote®
  • Detailed cockpit with hand painted pilot
  • 3pc Top wing with strong aluminum wing joiner tube
  • 2pc Bottom wing with strong aluminum wing joiner tube
  • Painted fiberglass cowling and wheel pants
  • Complete hardware pack
Wing Span
1550 mm
Wing Area
66 dm2
Fuselage Length
1224 mm
Flying Weight Approx.
4.2 kg
Rec. Engine Size
15 cc ( .90 cu. in.) Gas or Glow
Radio Req
6-Channel with 6 Standard Servos
SKU SEA-237B
Brand Seagull Models

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