F-100CThe first flight took place in March 1954. A total of 456 fighter-bombers were produced. F-100CThe model uses the design of the wing wet fuel tank. The bomb and the auxiliary fuel tank are included under the wing, which can carry6,000 poundsPlug-in. The aircraft produced later was equipped with an upgraded J57-P-21 turbojet engine.
F-100CThe model also has the ability to refuel in the air. The original aerial refueling pipe used a straight and long design, extending straight forward from the leading edge of the wing root. A fuel hose and a funnel-shaped cone sleeve are released from the back of the fuel dispenser. The pilot controls the aircraft to move forward, inserts the fuel probe into the cone sleeve, and maintains the connection during fuel receiving. In actual operation, it was found that the straight oil-receiving pipe probe was very difficult to operate, and it was later changed to an upwardly curved and raised oil-receiving pipe.
The US Air Force’s “Thunderbirds” aerobatic team used F from 1956 until 1964-100CPerform a show.
Engine: A Pratt & Whitney J57-P-21/21A turbojet engine, thrust4626 kg, Afterburning thrust up to7257 kg.
Maximum speed:1223.10 km/Hour (sea level),1371.16 km/Hour (at10668 metersheight).
Rate of climb: 71 metersEvery second.
Practical ceiling:13,685.52 m,
Maximum ceiling:15,544.80 m,
Maximum take-off weight:17,746.47 kg
Four weapons in the aircraft20 mmPontiac M-39 cannon.
6 external pylons under the wing. Can be mounted including6000 poundsBomb and auxiliary fuel tank.
|product name||F-100C “Super Sabre” fighter|
|product type||Plastic Model Aircraft Kit|
|Model size||Length: 549.8mm Wingspan: 369.5mm|
|Total number of parts||430+|
|Etched parts||1 piece|
|Total number of offsets||18 sprues and tires|
|More description|| Fuselage|
-Detailed fuselage w/accurate design
-Optional position flaps
-Highly detailed Engines
-Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin,
-crew seats with photo-etched seat belts and harnesses .