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  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS 1400mm Mitsubishi A6M3 "Zero" in Tan Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Mitsubishi A6M3 "Zero" in Tan Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Mitsubishi A6M3 "Zero" in Tan Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Mitsubishi A6M3 "Zero" in Tan Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Mitsubishi A6M3 "Zero" in Tan Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC
  • FMS Zero in Tan Color Scheme, Mitsubishi A6M3 Variant - Receiver Ready (PNP) Motion RC

FMS A6M3 Zero Tan 1400mm (55") Wingspan - PNP

REGULAR PRICE:
$299.99
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$269.99 (You save $30.00)
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FMS033TAN
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FMS 1400mm (55") Mitsubishi A6M3 "Zero" in Tan Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)

Modeled after the famed WWII Japanese Mitsubishi "Zero", this large scale 1400mm 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 split S with ease. Retractable landing gear, landing gear doors, drop tank, 3 piece prop and spinner, and slow speed flaps all add to the realism of this incredible model. This plane has the power, detailed features, and durability that discerning flyers will appreciate.

Features:

  • New wing design with GRP socket, carbon wing tube, and aileron stiffening inserts
  • Many scale details including fabric rib effect on ailerons and elevator, drop tank, and landing gear doors
  • Worm drive electronic retracts
  • Slow speed flap actuation for scale takeoffs and landings
  • Durable EPO Foam

Requires:

  • 6 Channel Radio - Click Here for recommendations
  • 6 Channel Receiver - Click Here for recommendations
  • 4 Cell 14.8V 3000 mAh Lipo Battery - EPR30004
  • Lipo Battery Charger - Click Here for recommendations

Skill Level: Intermediate     Build Time : 2 hours
 

 FEATURE VIDEO: FMS 1400mm Mitsubishi Zero Tan Flight Video from Motion RC
 

Wingspan

1400mm / 55.2in

Length

1085mm / 42.7in

Flying Weight

1880g

Power System

4250-Kv580 Brushless Motor

Speed Control

65A ESC, Internal 5A SBEC, T Connector

Propeller / EDF

13x9 Three Blade Propeller

Servos

9g×6 and 17gx1

Landing Gear

Electronic Retracts

Required Battery

14.8V 2600-3000mAh 25C 4 cell LiPo

Required Radio

6 Channel

Rudder

Yes

Flaps

Yes

Ailerons

Yes

Lights

Yes

Hinge Type

Foam

Material

EPO Foam

 FEATURE VIDEO: Feature Review and Flight Demo of the FMS 55" Wingspan Japanese Zero - PNP
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  1. Mitsubishi Zero + Fast Agile Stable = 100% smile

    Posted by Paul Lange on 15th Dec 2014

    wwwWWWWOW - I have 32 warbirds in the 1200-1400mm range ....thinking this 1400mm Zero could be the best flying, fastest, quietest and possibly most nimble in my fleet. I am nearly ecstatic.

    Flying from grass field....no nose over tendancies as long as full up elevator is used...taxi is just fine. Well.....I did have a nose over on a second take off attempt but only because I did not incorporate enough throttle to throw the tail down before I tried to roll off and the ground/grass was ubra smooshie on the back side of the hill. As I took off again on the same battery (with full flaps engaged) it lifted just fine and landed with aplomb.

    My first landing would have been perfect except I forgot about our RC club field hill....I started my landing a the bottom of the hill while looking and anticipating for the plataue....so I came in a little hard and nosed over......subsequently I took off again and landed after the up slope of the hill ON top of the the platue......greased landing. Taxi after the landing is very easy.

    I always use 100% throw up elevator for taxi and initial roll off for take off...and post landing gear touch down to roll out. I had little to no bluff of nose over....which yes - surprised me!!!

    The galley at the field could also see how solid this plane flew........on a fresh battery I am reasonably sure this airframe will be as fast if not faster than any of my current fleet. I should be able to get 7 to 8 minute flights with mixed throttle with ease as I had two flights on the same battery for a total of 7minutes total prop time. (Take offs eat voltage so I had two on the maiden battery). This means the power train and the airframe are well balanced and evidently a pretty efficient wing loading.

    I did do the landing gear rake mod which adds a scoshe of forward rake. Flying via 4s 30C 3300mAh LiPo (299grams) shoved all the way into the motor firewall - Elevator at maximum throw for all ground handling + take off roll out and landing roll out presented minimal bluff of a nose over. It will most likely nose over without full elevator up during all ground handling on grass field.

    I must admit......the A3 Pro SE gyro was marvelous at 50% settings on all three surfaces. The airframe exhibited no oscillation at full speeds and slowed down to a crawl with ease. Experimenting with half and full flaps proved rock solid control at both settings without the usual mushy response of some other airframes. The large red balls on wings and fuselage were easy to track and for this evening the LED's were just icing on the cake.

    The build is very straight forward....one thing has been upgraded (on the Tan airframe) is the horizontal stabilizer - now a rod that goes through the elevator rather than a flat slat that fits inside a slot. I do notice my spinner nose cone tends to loosen up some....so check your spinner assembly after each flight.

    One last comment....I deployed the older version of Gyro from MotionRC (A3 Pro SE) in several of my planes including this Zero for its maiden. The performance is hard to describe for those who have never tried a gyro....this plane does NOT need a gyro....nonetheless I deployed one to ensure I could fly in all conditions with ease. This airframe is exceptionally smooth and pure joy on the sticks.

    I have to give this airframe 5 Stars on each category:
    5 static display
    5 ease of assembly
    5 flight performance
    5 flight duration


  2. Nice craft

    Posted by Justin on 25th Nov 2014

    The only issue I had/have is that flap servo's are not working. I needed to remove them and replace them, but an easy job. I picked this one up to replace an Airfield that I destroyed in a stupid accident and this one fly's better.


  3. Flies right out of the box

    Posted by Jack Tatum MSGT USAF (ret) on 7th Jul 2014

    There were a few cosmetic problems with this kit but I would be disappointed if I didn't have the opportunity to fiddle a bit.
    All in all the plane the plane flies great and I'm looking forward to many hours of enjoyment.
    Thanks


  4. Zero flys great

    Posted by Danny on 28th May 2014

    Zero arrived on time with some minor packaging 'scars' - everything inside was fine. Assembly was fast and easy. Maiden flight was easy with just a few clicks of trim. This could become my favorite flyer!! Thanks FMS and MRC!!!! Would be great if tail assembly was bolted vs. glued. Battery compartment could be a little larger for bigger batteries. But all this is minor - great plane!!


  5. Beautiful Zero

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Jan 2014

    Love this plane, flys beautiful, like she's on rails, absolutely looks the part. Just didn't like that the battery area is very restricted, you have to cut foam off to be avail to fit a larger battery. Also would like the horizontal and vertical stabilizers to be bolted on not glued.


  6. Very forgiving flight character

    Posted by Ryan Ramsey on 17th Dec 2013

    The Zero is a great flying plane that seems to resist the stall like no other warbird I've flown. There is plenty of power on tap for scale aerobatics or to perform evasive manuevers. The landing gear are set far apart and help to keep wing tips from getting scuffed from an occasional ground loop. I give 4 stars as I'd like to see metal trunnions on the retracts. Other than that I highly recommend flying the FMS Zero!