The A6MZero 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 and this led to many very good pilots to loose their lives. Ultimately this resulted in an Allied advantage later in the war.
FMS have continuously developed and improved its 800 Series Aircraft. The new Zero brings high energy and affordable fun to all intermediate level pilots.
- Many scale features including three blade painted propeller, steerable tail gear, hand painted pilot figure, and Japanese graphics
- Reinforced main landing gear and steerable tail gear
- Upgraded FMS proprietary servos
- Upgraded motor quality
- Improved body design and Center of Gravity (CG) makes this version 2 easier to control
- Durable EPO foam construction
- Wingspan: 29.5 in (750mm)
- Overall Length: 22.4 in (570mm)
- Flying Weight: Approximately 16.2 oz (460g)
- Motor Size: 2408-Kv1550 Outrunner Brushless
- Radio: 4 Channel
- Servos: 4 x 9g servo
- CG (center of gravity): 1.6 in (40mm) from leading edge
- Prop Size: 8.5 x 6, 3-blade propeller
- Speed Control : 20A Brushless
- Recommended Battery: 2S LiPo 7.4V 1000mAh 15C
- Aileron: Yes
- Elevator: Yes
- Rudder: Yes
- Throttle: Yes
- Flaps: No
- Retracts: No
- Approx. Flying Duration: 6 minutes
- Charger: Sold Separately
- Landing Gear: Yes
I received this and a Volantex P47 the same day and there's no comparison regarding scale detail.
Some minor problems (place instruction booklet in shipping box and discard) but nothing at all if you remember buying a Kadet and then having to buy each individually bagged and tagged screw.
RIP USA Incorporated.
I'm hesitant to fly it it's such a looker!
I went with the 7.4 volt 850 mAh battery's. The recommended battery's are 1000 mAh but the 850 mAh battery's are $10 bucks each. Yeah I loss some flight time but by by buying the 850 mAh I save $15 bucks a battery.
Overall its a great plane but its not for beginners. There is no SAFE on this plane so you should be comfortable in flying without any computer assistance before buying this one. Unless you just want it as a static model because it is a looker
The plane does not come with a battery, receiver, and remote control. Specs are tricky. According to the description "Charger: sold separately" means it already comes with a battery. You have to buy the battery separately as well.
Since I don't have a receiver and remote, I couldn't try it yet. I'm sure it's going to take another three hours to align with the remote. Everything is so tricky.
If you are a beginner like me, don't buy this plane. If you want to sacrifice and have enough patience to wait for so many deliveries for the essential parts. Go for it! I guess this kind of pain teaches you how to manage RC planes.