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  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)
  • FMS 1400mm Curtiss P40B Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP)

FMS P-40 Warhawk Camo 1400mm (55") Wingspan - PNP


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FMS 1400mm (55") Curtiss P40 Warhawk in Camo Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FMS013CAMO



**Note** This plane has been discontinued by FMS


  • Many scale details including Tiger Shark WWII graphics, hand painted pilot figure, machine guns, and three blade painted propeller
  • Rotating worm drive electronic retracts add to the scale and realism
  • Slow speed flaps for quick take-offs and slow / steady landings
  • Durable EPO Foam


  • 6 Channel Radio - Click Here for recommendations
  • 6 Channel Receiver - Click Here for recommendations
  • 4 Cell 14.8V 2200 mAh Lipo Battery - EPR22004
  • Lipo Battery Charger - Click Here for recommendations

Skill Level: Intermediate     Build Time: 2 hours     Recommended Age: 14 and up


1400mm / 55.1in


1280mm / 50.4in

Flying Weight


Power System

3648-Kv600 Brushless Motor

Speed Control

60A ESC, Internal 5A SBEC, T Connector

Propeller / EDF

14x8 Three Blade Propeller


9g×4 and 17gx1

Landing Gear

Electronic Retracts

Required Battery

14.8V 2200-2600mAh 25C 4 cell LiPo

Required Radio

6 Channel









Hinge Type



EPO Foam


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  1. Glad I have it 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th May 2015

    Yes it was not the best that FMS had put out but am still pleased that I got it before FMS discontinued it. All they really needed to do was upgrade the LG with the new ones used on the V3 1400 F4U Corsair. That's what I did with a minor mod to make it fit. Maiden today was with it being nose heavy based upon other forum critiques saying it needed this to counter pitchiness but this made it difficult to keep from nosing over on landing as roll out speed was reduced. Will get that corrected by shifting weight rearward as it should be because the pitchiness is really due to a significant elevator influence over the long nose because of medial wing placement on fuselage(use smaller elevator throw). Other than that, sad to see so many of the bread n butter 1400 sized iconic warbirds being discontinued by FMS in favor of the 800-1000mm pocket rockets being released.

  2. First flights with the P-40 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Feb 2015

    The weather finally eased up here a bit, and I was able to get a few flights in with this plane. On the maiden flight, it was probably too windy (10-15mph), but I had the plane there, and decided to go ahead. As expected, the flight was bumpy, and difficult to trim the plane since I wasn't always sure if it was the wind or a trim issue. However, the plane flew well, and seemed to handle the wind pretty well. This plane can be pitch sensitive, and with that in mind, I intentionally went a bit nose heavy on the CG. Landing on the maiden was a bit of an issue since the wind kept getting under the plane and lifting it, making the glide very long. I finally got it to touch down, and it was rolling out into some taller grass when the left gear just fell away from the wing. The glue holding the plastic mount wasn't applied well, causing the failure. Unknown to me, the stress on the wires caused the insulation to pull away, shorting the circuit, and caused all kinds of problems with getting the receiver to link again. I ended up buying new gear and ESC thinking both were damaged. Once I took the damaged left gear out, and saw the problem, I was able to cut the wire, and have it re-soldered and fixed, with no additional problems. Second flight went much smoother. I tested the other gear to make sure it wasn't loose. Winds on the second flight were 10 or less, mostly 4-5 with gusts to 10. The plane takes off very smoothly and flew really well this time. Just a few clicks right on both aileron and rudder, and a bit if down, and she was flying straight and level. Good power, easily does loops and rolls. On landing this time, I went to full flaps to help slow her down, and gently touched down on the mains. No issues with the gear this time! Now, I have an extra set of gear and an ESC spare too!
    I hear they are discontinuing this plane soon, so if you want a nice, large P-40, act soon!

  3. Good looking plane, but not up to usual FMS quality 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Dec 2014

    I bought mine from MRC a year ago, and finally got up enough confidence to go ahead and assemble it and get it ready for flight. I had just built a Dynam ME-109 the week before, and that one went really well. I thought the FMS would be even better. I have to say, the Dynam seemed better engineered than my particular FMS 1450mm P-40. To be fair, I think I have an older version since the instructions still showed Blitzworks logos on the instructions. It was mostly just the lack of precision with screws not meeting up with the correct locations on wings, and especially the tail surfaces. The instructions left a lot to be desired as well. There were no slots for the wires coming from the wings to enter the fuselage. Easy enough to fix, but I expected FMS to have little things like that sorted out. The spinner did not fit on the shaft, had to drill that out too for everything to fit well. The elevator hinge was very stiff, you really need to work that a lot before assembling the tail so that the servo won't be overworked.

    On the plus side, the foam parts fit nicely, and I was able to glue the parts securely, so hopefully, I won't have to take off the tail surfaces to fix anything! The fit between the fuselage and wings, and noted in other reviews is a bit off, but I was able to pull the parts close enough together, and reinforce the bottom interface with clear packing tape, so it is pretty strong along with the glue. Also, the gap between the spinner and fuselage on mine was pretty good. Only about 1/4 inch, and I weighed each prop to assure that the assembly would be balanced, and each prop blade was exactly 23g.

    The final model does look nice, and should fly well. I have not balanced it yet, but it looks like with a 2600mAH battery shoved pretty far forward, it should come out close.

    Once I get my first flight in, I will update this report and let you know how it goes.

  4. proper fit for spinner gap 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Dec 2014

    Installed motor mount from Hellcat much shorter.Went to Home Depot they sell nylon spacers "1/2 " long. Epoxy to back plate and used 1" #4 machine screws and its perfect now.No vibration throughout motor run up. Was a very easy fix.this is for 1400mm p40...

  5. Quality control needs inproving! 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Dec 2014

    1) Came with wrong prop shaft. 2) Main wing gaps at fuse. 3) Oversized cuts for flaps. 4) 1/2 in. gap between cowl and spinner. 5) surplus adhesive in main wings preventing carbon fiber tube from sliding. 6) still waiting for response on replacement prop shaft, maybe in mail but no acknowledgment of status...

  6. Gap between spinner and cowl 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Dec 2014

    Very handsome Airplane; However the gap between the cowl and spinner is nearly an inch apart it looks so obvious.Appreciate any feedback from anyone that's experienced this . Motion is shipping me another motor mount from the hellcat.which i had to pay for.otherwise it seems fine

  7. Nice flyer 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Sep 2014

    Nice flyer. Easy on take off and landings. I used a 75mm CG and I'm glad I did. I think this model could use a bit more power, just a little slow.

  8. Mods on the plane 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2014

    Cowl came broken right from the box. It is made of a very thin plastic that breaks easily. I fix it with 5 minute epoxy and then reinforced the inside of the whole cowl with one layer of fiberglass. It came out more stronger and didn't affect balance (plane comes tail heavy, anyway) of the plane. The wings are held together with only two small screws. What I did was changed the fuselage's fix nut for a dowel glued with 5 min epoxy and placed two wood screws. Also, I reinforced them with duct tape on the underneath joints. Wings hold stronger now. I also covered the wings servos wire slots with 3m tape. Then, I changed that nonsense yellow paint that has underneath for light gray. I used Liquid Plastic from Harry's with an airbrush. It didn't harmed the foam. Now it looks like a real P40.. By the way, I had to put some lead on the front for proper balance...

  9. Good P-40 for the price-Retract upgrade available 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Aug 2014

    I bought this plane from another place before Motion opened up and It flies good initially went with the advice of others as far as CG and found on maiden she would dive strongly but once trimmed it flew nicely. I believe it's prone to tip stall when going too slowly in a turn but have not really had trouble flying normally until my pack went low due to a bad cell and trying to turn back she got too slow and went into a spin. No major damage just prop, motor board and motor mount and back into the air.

    Retract upgrade is listed here under the Electronics tab under 1400mm Corsair -metal parts but haven't tried them.

  10. my aircraft arrived damaged by ups so ups returned it to motion 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Jul 2014

    I've read other reviews on this aircraft and some of the other damage in delivery is the same as mine. They must have dropped it on the end of the box . The cowl was pushed onto the fuselage taking off the paint on the top. Also broke all the decals eye and mouth with teeth. If some one in the packaging dept. would but a small thin piece of wood against the prop shaft of the motor tight against the side of the box this wouldn't happen. I think FMS needs to look at this problem. So i'm still waiting,its been a week and still waiting. The folks a motion are really trying there best I,m sure. I can't wait to get it flighting,when it arrives.

  11. Nice start FMS, but needs work. 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th May 2014

    First off Motion RC great place to do business with and when I order this place is always my preferred supplier. As for the plane mine is a receiver ready ARF. Great packaging, double boxed and the plane arrived just a day after ordering in perfect shape! Plane instruction manual is horrible to say the least! Adhesive white tape covered up the BlitzWorks printing on the manual. Good news is the plane is so simple to assemble without any instructions. Be carful with screw length as much of this information is missing. I used the incorrect screw in a couple of places. Wing to fuse fit is lousy. I did some sanding trying to get a better fit and eventually wound up just using black tape to cover the gap between fuse and wing. Looks ok but obvious. Wing tube would not fit into wings due to the glued used on wing construction blocked the wing tube holes. Took a long steel rod and lots of fishing to remove excess glue. Retracts and their problems are well documented. Plastic trunions and strut covers. Just not appropriate for a plane of this size and price range. One of my retracts had about a 5 degree toe in with no way of adjusting this out. Great news is Motion replaced the retract ASAP in their typical industry leading fashion! This is why I always come here first! I also modified the battery tray to get the battery far enough forward to achieve a better cg of 70-75mm instead of the 80-85 suggested in the instruction manual. Great information over on RC Groups on this plane. Should be able to maiden this week if the rain ever stops! Not trying to be negative with this review, just stating my findings. I knew about these issues when I purchased this plane and would purchase it again. FMS could make this plane the same high quality as the rest of their kits by making a few changes as noted above and I would gladly pay a few more dollars for these improvements. Don't let this few issues stop you from owning a great mid sized foam warbird though!

  12. Very lucky 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Apr 2014

    Have not flew it yet but the assemble was the worst of all my 10 war birds. pics in manuel didnt help any eather. didnt dry fit first my bad. though a $250 plane would go together with no problems. All most lost the wings. My son help me save my bobo. It is the best purple brown and gray paint on a warbird ugly. bottom is cream ugly to. Im airbrushing gray on bottom and od green and brown on top. It looks great now. Im redoing CG after reading reviews hope it flys good.

  13. So close 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Mar 2014

    With a little more care you could have a nice plane. My cowl was shoved into the nose & it removed some paint & the decal just feel off. Now I have to get a new set of decals which you are out off. The balance & push rods could have been true, just close would have been good. Have pics of the damage.

  14. Home Run ! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Mar 2014

    You guys knock this one right out of the ball park. It' my best looking plane which stands out from my fourteen plane collection of WWII fighters and bombers. Keep up the great job and I'll just keep on buying. Straight from McAllen,Tx. I do Thank You...

  15. Great looking plane 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Mar 2014

    I have always loved the P-40, and this FMS offering is very nice with flap and retracts all included. The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 was that the gap that was cut out between the flaps and wing was overly wide. MRC was very quick in shipping and although I have not built or flown the plane yet, all the contents looked to be in good shape.

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