In the early years of WW II, the Japanese Mitsubishi A6M virtually ruled the
skies. How did this fast, maneuverable fighter earn the diminutive nickname of
"Zero" when it easily outscored its P-40 Warhawk and F4F Wildcat opponents?
There's a simple answer: when it was first built, the last digit in the Japanese
calendar year was a zero. Although only one flyable Zero is left in the world,
you can re-create the drama and terror it inspired with this ARF .25 version
Zero Fighter-25 & EP
Wing Span: 49.2 in / 1250mm
Wing Area: 372 sq in / 24sq dm
Flying Weight : 2.98lb / 1350 g
Fuselage Length : 38.2 in / 970mm
4 channels radio w/ 5 pcs 18g servos
For Gas: 0.25size engine
Li-Poly : 14.8V
Out Brushless Motor Speed : 450T
The NitroModel Zero fighter is a great value for its price tag! It can be
assembled quickly, the parts fit is good, and it has great flight
characteristics for a sport-scale airplane. You will enjoy building and flying
this plane and we recommend it to anyone who's looking for a nice sport-scale
aircraft that can go both gas and electric!
The NitroModel Zero .25 ARF features built-up balsa/ply structures and is
covered with NitroCote. It comes with a complete hardware package, main gear and
tailwheel, assembled pushrods, fuel tank, plastic spinner and precut canopy.
Additional features include hinged and pinned control surfaces, painted
fiberglass cowl and installed throttle cable and engine mount. All of the major
pieces are individually wrapped to prevent them from being dinged and scratched.