Hangar 9 presents the Pulse XT 60 ARF

Reliable, faithful and easy-to-fly, Hangar 9’s Pulse XT 60 ARF is just what you’ve been waiting for. Based on the popular Pulse XT 40, this classic, low-wing plane is designed with the sport crowd in mind. Whether it’s your second model or your tenth, the Pulse is a true sport flyer able to do a variety of smooth aerobatics. A Mike McConville design, the Pulse offers excellent design features such as lightweight laser-cut balsa construction and bolt-together wing and tail assembly. The Pulse XT 60 comes with the electric option straight from the box, meaning you can fly it the way you want it whether you’re into glow or electric power. All the necessary hardware for flying electric is included, and no conversion is necessary. So make sure you always have the Pulse XT 60 ARF in your truck to take to the flying field—there’s nothing like having a plane you know will perform well.

Key Features

  • Bolt-on two-piece wing for easy transport and setup at the field
  • Fiberglass cowl and wheel pants
  • Removable top hatch for easy access to the interior of the plane
  • 2-stroke, 4-stroke glow or electric option
  • Mike McConville design
  • Factory installed control horns
  • Bolt-on tail eases assembly
  • Removable top hatch for easy access to the fuel tank and EP battery
  • Pre-hinged control surfaces

Product Specifications

  • Wingspan: 70 in (1778mm)
  • Overall Length: 57.3 in (1455mm)
  • Wing Area: 885 sq in (57.10 sq dm)
  • Flying Weight: 7–8 lb (3.18 kg–3.63 kg)
  • Engine Size: 91–1.00 4-stroke, 60–.75 2-stroke
  • Motor Size: Power 60 BL Outrunner
  • Radio: 4-channel with 5 servos (4 for electric option)
  • Trim Scheme Colors: Black (HANU874), True Red (HANU866), Cub Yellow (HANU884)

Needed to Complete
Recommended Electronics and Accessories

  • 4-channel radio system (minimum) w/receiver
  • RX battery
  • On/Off Switch
  • 5 Servos (4 when building electric version)
  • In-line fuel filter
  • 1/4-inch Protective Foam (for receiver)


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