Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX

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Scale: 1:6.6     Wingspan 1.7m / 67in


Now things are getting serious! What we can print for you is a scale Spitfire in its most famous version IX with all the possible features like split flaps, retractable landing gear and all the scale details like exhausts, radiators, transparent sliding canopy, steerable tail wheel and armament that not only looks but also flies scale. And it’s wingspan is 1,7 meters which means it’s huge!

My Airplane Configuration
Main Color (Used Most)
Add-In Color (Used Less)

8 channel controls includes motor, elevator, rudder, both ailerons and flaps, retractable landing gear.

The prototype of the Spitfire, designated Supermarine Type 300, took to the air for the first time on 5th March, 1936. The fighter was designed with a maximum accent on the aerodynamic cleanliness - its Chief designer, Mr. Reginald Joseph Mitchell utilised the experience gained during the design and development of the racing seaplanes. The fact that the experience paid its dividend has been proven by altogether 24 versions produced and with a total of 22 000 machines manufactured within following thirteen years...


In the early months of 1942, with the clear superiority of the Focke Wulf Fw 190 over the Spitfire VB, there was much pressure to get Spitfires into production using the new two-stage supercharged Merlin 61 engine. In September 1941 the Spitfire Mk III prototype N3297 had been converted by Rolls-Royce at their Hucknall plant to take a Merlin 60, which had been specifically designed for use in the Wellington Mk VI high altitude bomber.

The performance increase was described by Jeffrey Quill as a „quantum leap“ over that of the Mk VB and another Spitfire airframe, R6700 was modified to take the new engine. Although design work on the Mk VII and VIII series was under way, these would take over a year to get into production and a counter to the Fw 190 was urgently needed.

Data sheet

1488 mm
1700 mm
510 mm
Wing Area
51.4 dm2
Wing Loading
71.9 G/Dm2
Center of Gravity
102 from LE
Printed Weight
2060 g
Takeoff Weight (with batt)
3700 g
Max Takeoff Weight
Never Exceed Speed (VNE)
160 Km/H
Design Maneuvere Speed (VA)
120 Km/H
Stall Speed VS (full flaps)
38 Km/H
15 x 8 3-Blade Wood
4120 465 Kv or similar
70 Amp
6S 4500 Mah or similar
Max Speed VH (level flight)
140 Km/H
Rate of Climb
28 M/S