The DHC-2 Beaver is a general purpose bush plane developed by de Havilland Canada.
Though originally used for cargo/passenger hauling and crop dusting, it was also adopted by the United States Armed Forces as a utility aircraft and search and rescue unit.
The single-engine, high-wing, propeller-driven STOL aircraft appeared in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars and was popular among front line men.
When production finally ceased in 1967, only 1,657 DHC-2 Beavers had been built.
Multi-connector for easy assembly
Lighter EPO 52 foam
Metal landing gear designed for hard landings
Scaled LED night lights
Large tires for any surface
Servo box design for easy assembly & disassembly
Newly developed lightweight hollow main wing
Oversized battery hatch for 6s battery and 15 minutes of flying time
Overall Length：1304mm/ 51.3in
Flying Weight ：around 3,800G
Motor ：brushless 4258-KV550
Servo:17G Metal Digital *6
Prop Size:15*9, 2 blades propeller
CG (center of gravity):70-75mm (from leading edge)