The P38 Lightning is a unique plane that played various roles in World War II. It has twin booms and a single central nacelle containing the cockpit. It was named the “fork tail devil” by the Luftwaffe and “two plane, one pilot” by the Japanese. The P38 served many different missions including dive bombing, level bombing, ground-attack, night fighting, photo reconnaissance, and long range escort fighter. It earned itself and awesome reputation in the war.
Art-tech latest 400 class P-38 is powered with twin brushless engines, producing a great power to weight ratio. It glides extremely stable and can perform loops, rolls, and inverted flight with ease. The plane was designed to scale allowing you to display it as a static model in your living quarters. The molded EPO foam and rich details embodied on the plane honors the P38 aircraft.
This almost ready to fly version comes with the essential electronics pre-installed. You will have to supply your own battery, charger, and radio system to complete the electronics package. Minimum assembly is also required to complete the plane build and get it ready for flight.
Weight (Without battery): 800g/28.2 oz
Flying Weight (with battery): 1000g/35.3 oz
Motor: Out runner brushless DST-1200 ×2
ESC: 20A brushless ×2
Required to Fly:
4 Channel Transmitter
4 Channel Receiver
AA Batteries for Transmitter
Li-Po Battery Charger
Assembly of Plane