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Kinetic models Canadair CT-114 Tutor Renders

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Kinetic models Canadair CT-114 Tutor Renders

Kinetic models have released images of the renders for the 1:48 scale Canadair CT-114 Tutor.
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1:48 scale Canadair CT-114 Tutor

The Canadair CT-114 Tutor was a Canadian military jet trainer used by the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and Canadian Forces. It was produced from the ground up as a concept design by Canadair, a Canadian aerospace manufacturer.

The CT-114 Tutor was powered by a single GE J85-CAN-40 engine and had a top speed of around 500 mph (800 km/h). It was used for a variety of training missions, including instrument flight training, formation flying, and air-to-air combat training.

The CT-114 Tutor saw extensive service with the RCAF and the Canadian Forces from the 1960s until the 2000s. It was known for its good performance and versatility, and it played a valuable role in training generations of Canadian military pilots. The CT-114 Tutor was retired from service in 2000 and was replaced by the CT-155 Hawk.

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4 thoughts on “Kinetic models Canadair CT-114 Tutor Renders

  1. Colin K says:

    Just a couple of inaccuracies as far as your info on the Tutor. The Tutor is powered by a GE J85-CAN-40 engine. The Nene powered the CT-133 Silver Star. The Tutor also has no radar altimeter (or a radar at all) and no autopilot. Also, the Tutor is not based on the T-33, it is a from-the-ground-up concept and design from Canadair. Just wanted to bring this to your attention.

    1. Hulk says:

      Thanks, I will update the article with the information you provided.

  2. Soulbrother says:

    Great article, thanks for the detailed info,.

    1. Hulk says:

      Thank you for your commendable message. We always try to bring you the freshest and newest modeling news.

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