The direct predecessor of the Baron was the Beechcraft 95 Travel Air, which incorporated the fuselage of the Bonanza and the tail control surfaces of the T-34 Mentor military trainer. To create the new aeroplane, the Travel Air's tail was replaced with that of the Beechcraft Debonair, the engine nacelles were streamlined, six-cylinder engines were added, and the aircraft's name was changed. In 1960, the Piper Aztec was introduced, utilizing two, 250 hp Lycoming O-540 engines; Cessna too had improved their 310 with two Continental IO-470 D, producing 260 hp. Meanwhile, Beechcraft's Bonanza had been improved with a Continental IO-470-N, but the answer to competition was to make a true twin engined variant of the Bonanza. The first model, the 55, was powered by two, six-cylinder IO-470-L engines, producing 260 hp at 2,625rpm; it was introduced in 1961. It included the fully swept vertical stabilizer of the Debonair, while still retaining the four to four+five place seating of the Travel Air.
Since its inception, the Baron has always been near the top of the light aeroplane hierarchy
Now, VQ introduces the Beechcraft Baron 35 size EP-GP. This Baron come with 2 scale flap, 1 x painted pilots, plastic antenna, plywood seat. Also we have supplied in the kit some scale detail make by ply wood so that you can make your Baron look like a real one.
If you prefer the EP version, this Baron has a big battery hatch allow the battery to be change easily after every flight, electric motor mount are included in the Baron kit.
Optional Glow power conversion kit for GP (VQA157/GP) sold separately, the conversion kit includes 220cc fuel tank and plastic engine mount to fit for .25 - .32 (2-Stroke).
Other options: Electric retracts with struts (VQARE13S) or Electric retracts with nose gear struts only (VQARE14) are good choice for this Baron, making this Baron become one of the best Balsa scale 35 size EP-GP twin engine on the market.
- Wingspan: 69.2in (1760mm)
- Fuselage Length: 47.6in (1210mm)
- Weight (Ready to fly): 4.3kg (9.5lbs) - Will vary with equipment used
- Radio: 6 Channels / 7-8 Servos
- Electric Motor: Electrospeed Boost 50 Brushless Motor (x2)
- Battery: Lipo 14.8V - 5000 mAh
- Engine: .40 (2-Stroke) (x2) - Conversion kit required
Required Hardware (Not Supplied)
Transmitter, Motor, Propeller, Servos, Battery, Extension Leads, Glue, Tools and Silicone Fuel Line (For GP).