The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was one of the most modern carrier based aircraft in the world at the time of its introduction in the beginning of World War II. It had excellent agility and maneuverability with long range capabilities. The A6M was usually referred as the "Zero". It earned a reputation as a fierce dogfighter with an overwhelming kill ratio of 12 – 1.
The Tex mini warbird series is constructed of durable depron foam. The paint quality and scale details make it a great static model to display and looks stunning in flight. Tex made sure this model looked scale and even included a plane stand to display when its not flying in the air. The Tex Zero wings span 650mm with a fuselage length of 534mm. The landing gears provide ample support during take off and landing. A steerable tail wheel allows the pilot to taxi around the runway. The prop is thrown by a 1620KV brushless outrunner motor supported by an 10A brushless ESC. Control surfaces are handled by three 5gram servos for precise movement. Powering all these electronics is a recommended 7.4v 800mah Li-Po Battery.
This almost ready to fly version comes equipped with servo, motor, and speed controller installed. A radio system, battery, and charger will be required to ready the plane for flight. Designed carefully for beginners and advanced users, it provides stable flight at scale like speeds.