The famous DHC-2 beaver has morphed into the stunning DHC-2T 'Turbo beaver'. With over 50% more power than the original engine and a lager cabin/payload. This is one 'useful' light aircraft for today, proving that you can improve the breed with modern updates.
Taking this latest version as its base, the Black Horse Turbo Beaver looks both sleek and powerful, yet retains the charm and siplicity of the very first version. It's wooden structure is clothed in durable Oracover is in a very visible and attractive scheme. Inside there is scale cabin detail with a full instrument panel and realistic pilot.
Bolting in a good engine like the OS GT-33 will more than provide a spritely performance. By employing the big flaps, the low speed handling is very predictable and she will maintain flight on the smallest of throttle power. Like the full size, low speed performance is very much an attribute of the Beaver. That USA 35-B wing section was chosen for a reason!
The classic high wing layout and tough undercarriage makes the Turbo beaver a very practical, all-year-round model.