Airfield A6M Zero Almost Ready to Fly 6 Channel Warbird RC Plane 1450 Wingspan (Grey)
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 Airfield A6m Zero is an awesome scale representation of the infamous warbird that fought throughout the world in WWII. The Zero is fully constructed of durable and strong EPO foam and finished with a excellent grey military paint scheme. Equipped with a high torque 580KV brushless motor and supported by a Hobbywing Skywalker 60 amp brushless electronic speed controller, this bird stays true to its character of high speed and agility. Scale features include detailed machine guns behind the cowl and mounted on the leading edges of the main wings. The cowl is constructed of a high luster composite plastic enclosing the EPO foam structure, giving off a unique and awesome look. The servoless retracts are enclosed by gear doors that open and close in sequence allowing for smooth operation. This Airfield zero is also equipped with flaps that look and operate like the 1:1 model.
This almost ready to fly version comes equipped with all the essential electronics and power system installed. To get the plane ready for flight a 6 channel radio system, 14.8v lipo battery, lipo charger, and assembly of the plane will be required. The plane was designed carefully for beginners and advanced users, it provides stable flight at scale like speeds.
- Servoless Retracts w/ delay system
- LED Lights
- Scale Pilot
- Scale Flap System
- Military Paint Scheme
- 10A UBEC
Wingspan: 1450mm(57.09 inches)
Length: 1118mm(44.02 inches)
Weight: 2500g(88.18 oz)
Size: 15 inches Propeller
Motor: 4250 out-runner brushless KV580
ESC: 60A Brushless HobbyWing Skywalker
Required to Fly:
14.8v 2200-3000 MAH Battery
Assembly of Plane