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Seagull Cessna 337 (36) (SEA-146)

The first Skymaster, model 336, went into production in May 1963. In February 1965 Cessna introduced the model 337 Skymaster. The model was larger, and had more powerful engines, retractable landing gear, and a dorsal air scoop for the rear engine.

Seagull have successfully reproduced this model with twin engine capability and superb detail. It comes complete with scale oleo nose gear and aluminium main landing gear, covered in Oracover with decals applied!

    • Wingspan – 76.8ins (1.95cm)


    • Wing area – 806.4sq.ins (52dm)


    • Suits – 2x 40-46 2-Stroke (52-70 4-stroke)


    • Factory covered with Oracover


    • Length – 57.1ins (145.0cm)


    • Approx flying weight – 9.9-11lbs (4.5-5.0Kg)


    • Radio – 6 Channel with 10 servos


  • Flying skill level – Intermediate / Advanced









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Reviews (1)

1 review for Seagull Cessna 337 (36) (SEA-146)

  1. Brian Young

    The model assembled very well, all parts fitted well and the covering was wrinkle free. Because of the number of servos involved (7 in the wing assembly and 3 in the fuselage), I fitted one receiver in the wing and another in the fuselage. This meant that I only had to connect a power lead to the wing Rx at the field. I fitted 2 SC .52 four strokes (the smallest recommended), and with a final weight of just over 6 Kg I was having doubts about the power available. The first attempt at take off was a disaster – the nose wheel hit a small bump and the complete front end – bulkhead, engine and all fell off – negligible glue!
    Once repaired, the second attempt was no better, the nose wheel steering came loose and the model did some “interesting” ground manoeuvres! With everything refitted I await some decent weather to try again. My conclusions so far is that 2 x 52’s is probably not enough, and having nearly 1 lb of lead in the nose doesn’t help.

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