Dynam PT-17 Blue 1300mm Wingspan 4S - PNP
Dynam PT-17 Blue 1300mm Wingspan 4S - PNP

Dynam PT-17 Blue 1300mm Wingspan 4S - PNP


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The Stearman (Boeing) Model 75 is a biplane formerly used as a military trainer aircraft in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. Stearman Aircraft became a subsidiary of Boeing in 1934. Widely known as the Stearman, Boeing Stearman or Kaydet, it served as a primary trainer for the United States Army Air Forces, the United States Navy (as the NS and N2S), and with the Royal Canadian Air Force as the Kaydet throughout World War II. 

With Dynam design experiences, the PT-17 RC airplane brings you into the vivid history in the World War II!

What are included:

Dynam PT17 airplane, motor, ESC, 2x9g servos and 2x17g servos

What are required:

6 channel raido system

14.8v 2600mAh 20c battery and charger

1 hour assembly time


MaterialEPO Foam
Wing Span1300mm(51.2in)
Flying Weight2150g(75.8oz)
Wing Loading43g/dm²
Fuselage length995mm(39.2in)
CG75 - 80mm from the leading edge at the wing root
MotorDetrum BM3527 KV650
ESCTC Skylord 50A ESC
Propeller2-Blade Prop 13*6
Servo9g*2PCS, 17g*2PCS
Landing GearFixed gear
Tx Requirement6-Channel or above transmitter
Rx Requirement6-Channel receiver
Li-Po Battery14.8v 2600mAh 25C
Assembly Time1 hour
Aircraft TypeBiplane
Pilot Levelexperienced
Appr. Flight time10 min

Color: Blue and Yellow is available.


Dynam PT-17
The Dynam PT-17 Biplane looks awesome! However,I had a few item missing from the box. First of all, I received two lower wing carbon fiber rods (only one is needed), The first item I am missing is the long carbon fiber rod. (Fortunately I had a 31 inch carbon fiber rod laying around for ten years that was the perfect diameter for fitting into the upper wing). I’m not sure what length the missing rod should be but I’d guess maybe 36 - 40 inches (since the one I substituted went into one of the wing halves about 20 inches. (I am planning to find out before attempting to fly.) The second two items missing were the yellow plastic plates with the little eyelets for the tail wires to hook into. The top of the elevator had them, the bottom side didn’t. I had ordered this through Amazon but noticed it was “for-filled” through BitgoHobby. I’d heard nothing but praise about Bitgo’s customer service so hopefully they can send me the missing two pieces needed. The delivery was super fast! Amazon projected delivery date a week out but it arrived in TWO DAYS!!! I watch MANY “How to Assemble” videos on the Dynam PT17. Most mentioned they had an “extra” short carbon fiber wing rod but no one said they were missing the long one! Another was missing the small yellow plastic plates with the eyelets (for mounting the tail wires) like I was missing! Some mentioned that Dynam got a bolt (or screw) length wrong on the directions . Most said the front wing wires were of two lengths and then couldn’t figure out why the shorter wires weren’t taught! One person mentioned the wing wires were actually pairs of 3 sizes, not four long and four short, but instead, four long , two middle and two short (although the difference was barely noticeable to the naked eye. I think the smallest pair of wires were 5 mm shorter than the middle size and their placement was critical for all the wires to synchronize up nicely. The metal canards (between the upper and lower wings had people “redoing” their positions because theirs are left and right, (not marked), V shaped bracing that point up in the front and an inward canter to the braces which had everyone scratching their heads and removing tiny nuts more than they cared for. Speaking of tiny… Dynam sends an instruction sheet with six pictures of the building steps! Tiny little pictures! The 3 sizes ofwing wires are shown with the length in mm’s in the one picture steps but you’ll need a magnifying class or you will overlook their are three different size wires! Way to go Dynam! I will say the instructions for applying the decals had better details than most of the assembly instruction. The tail number decals were suppose to change from black numbers ( on the yellow fuselage to white numbers over the red stripe of the fuselage. Dynam fudged that up too and I ended up coloring over some of the white numbers with a black magic marker to make them look right! In conclusion, the Instructions weren’t for novices or rookies but… The plane looks awesome! Nicely detailed I can’t wait till it airborne! (Providing I can get BitgoHobbies to send me those two little yellow plastic eyelets for the tail wires to hook into!
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