PHOENIX ZERO A6M - 1720 MM ARF KIT
Phoenix Zero A6M - 1720 mm ARF kit - with mechanic retracts
The Mitsubishi A6M is a carrier aircraft of the Japanese Air Force, which was used by the Japanese during the Second World War. This faithful replica of the Phoenix Warbird, with a wingspan of 1.72m, is manufactured using the latest laser-cut technologies as a light and high-strength wood construction that inspires with an enormous level of detail.
Electric or combustion
The A6M Zero from Phoenix can do both! The design is prepared for both the electric drive and the drive with internal combustion engines. So the only question is a matter of taste: murderous sound or would you prefer absolute efficiency?
Enormously high degree of prefabrication
The model is made in extremely light and high-strength, laser-cut balsa wood construction. The design impresses with an enormously high degree of prefabrication, which means that the construction effort is almost reduced to the installation of drive and electronics. In addition, the model is completely and faithfully covered with iron-on film.
Robust retractable undercarriage
A retractable undercarriage is included in the delivery, which can be installed in just a few simple steps. The robust, spring-loaded undercarriage ensures prototypical take-offs and gentle landings even on grass slopes.
Numerous scale details
The A6M Zero from Phoenix Model has numerous scale details ex works. A special highlight is the detailed cockpit and the finished painted pilot figure. But the model is not only confusingly similar to its model on the ground - the A6M also has an impressively true-to-life flight image in the air.
- Extremely light and high-strength, laser-cut wooden construction
- Glassfiber motorcowl
- Robust retractable undercarriage included
- removable canopy
- detailed cockpit and painted pilot figure
- Degree of prefabrication of 95%, fully covered and painted
- Electric or gas engine possible
Wingspan: 1,720 mm
Length: 1,430 mm
Weight: 5.3 - 5.4kg
Area: 56 dm2
Area load: 94g / dm2