FMS 1100mm (43.3") Zero A6M5 PNP
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Modeled after the famed WWII Japanese Mitsubishi "Zero", this scale 1100mm wingspan warbird from FMS is a sight to behold. Reinforced wing surfaces allow flyers to perform advanced maneuvers like point rolls, barrel rolls, immelmanns, half Cubans, and spit S with ease. Retractable landing gear, landing gear doors, drop tank, 3 bladed prop and spinner, and split plastic flaps all add to the realism of this incredible model. This plane has the power, detailed features, and durability that discerning flyers will appreciate. If you like Japanes fighter, this is the best choice for you! 1100mm Zero A6M is hitting the market now!

Features

1.Super scale appearance including landing gear door, hand-painted pilot, 3-blade prop, authentic graphics and removable drop tanks      
2.Quick assembly using included screwdriver 
3.Manufactured from durable EPO foam
4.One piece, easily removable wing
5.Full length carbon fiber reinforced wing for sturdy durability
6.Plastic moulded details including whole scale cowling, split flap, air scoop, oil cooler, machine guns, strut covers, antenna mast and pitot tube
7.Worm drive electronic retracts
8.Slow scale speed flap actuation for scale takeoffs and landings

Specifications:

Wingspan 1100mm/43.3in
Overall Length 845mm/33.3 in
Flying Weight Around 1300g
Motor Size Brushless 3536-KV850
ESC 40A
Servo 9g Servo x 6
Radio 6 Channel
CG (center of gravity) 60-65mm (From Leading Edge)
Prop Size 10.5*7, 3 blade
Recommended Battery Li-Po 11.1V 2200mAh 25C
Aileron Yes
Elevator Yes
Rudder Yes
Flaps Yes
Retracts Yes
Approx. Flying Duration 6 minutes
Minimum Age Recommendation 14+
Experience Level Intermediate
Assembly Time 1 hour
Wing Load 64.7 g/dm² (0.15oz/in²) 
Wing Area 20.1dm² (311.5sq.in)





Did you know?

The Zero was a long-range fighter aircraft operated by the Imperial Japanese Air Service. In early combat operations, the Zero gained a legendary reputation as a 'dogfighter' remaining king of the air until around 1943. The aircraft was designed with long range and performance in mind, durability and pilot protection were not considered priorities which led to many very good pilots loosing their lives. Ultimately this resulted in an Allied advantage later in the war.

FMS 1100mm (43.3") Zero A6M5 PNP

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