Dynam BF-110 1500mm (59") Wingspan - PNP
Dynam BF-110 1500mm (59") Wingspan - PNP - DY8963PNP
The Messerschmitt Bf 110, often called the Me 110, was a twin-engine heavy fighter (Zerstrer—German for "Destroyer") developed in Nazi Germany in the 1930s and used by the Luftwaffe and others during World War II. The Bf 110 served with considerable success in the early campaigns, the Polish, Norwegian and Battle of France. The Bf 110's lack of agility in the air was its primary weakness. This flaw was exposed during the Battle of Britain, when some Bf 110-equipped units were withdrawn from the battle after very heavy losses and redeployed as night fighters, a role to which the aircraft was well suited. The Bf 110 enjoyed a successful period following the Battle of Britain as an air superiority fighter and strike aircraft in other theatres.
The BF-110 is a great new addition to the Dynam warbird series. This twin flies as good as it looks. Made from damage-resistant EPO foam, this is another winner by Dynam. The BF-110 comes with flaps, retracts, 2 ESCs, 2 Motors, and all the required servos. Flaps will require a servo reverser either external or on the Transmitter. The build is very straight foward with no surprises except the lack of required work. The twin motors will provide more than enough power and most of the flght can be flown at 50% throttle. You will no doubt enjoy this fantastic new addition to the Dynam family!
- NEW! Grey on grey livery
- NEW! LED navigation lighting with LED control board (no more bare leads)
- Realistic scale features including WWII Luftwaffe paint scheme, hand painted pilot figure, gun turrets, and molded panel lines
- Servoless electronic retractable landing gear with spring loaded retract doors
- Pre-installed full, functional flaps for shorter take-offs and slow, controlled landings
- Powerful BM3512-850kv twin motors
- Dynam BF-110 1500mm (59") Wingspan - Receiver Ready
- Dual 40A ESCs with XT60 connectors, servos, motors and electronic retractable landing gear come pre-installed for your convenience
- 6 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 6 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 6 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 4 Cell 14.8V 2200 mAh LiPo Battery with XT60 connector - EPR22004X6
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
1500mm / 59in
1122mm / 44.17in
1900g / 67oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||N/A|
2x BM3512-850kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
2x 40A Brushless with XT60 Connector
Propeller / EDF
2x (9 x 6 x 3)
6x 9g standard
4S 14.8V 2200mAh 35C LiPo with XT60 Connector (required)
6 Channel (required)
|Build Time||2 Hour|
Product Spare Parts
Product Questions & AnswersNOTE: Questions submitted on this page are answered by customers who have previously purchased this item. If you have a support related question that requires immediate assistance, please visit our Help Center.
- July 2, 2017 - The orientation of the flap servos on this aircraft require you to reverse the direction of one of the servos in order for the flaps to move in the same direction. This can be accomplished by either 1) putting the flap servos on two different channels and reversing the direction of one of the channels 2) replace one of the servos with a 9g reverse direction servo 3) use a servo reversing cable on one servo or 4) mechanically changing the direction of one servo (this requires advanced soldering skills). We are working with Dynam to have them include one normal and one reverse servo with this model, we apologize for any inconvenience.
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- Wiring rediculous
- Solid Airframe
Nice plane,esc's had broken plug. MRC sent new ones. Wiring rediculous,had to put new esc's in nacelle's to get wiring to fit. L/G went out,(of coarse)MRC took care of that also. Plane flys nice despite its mechanical/electrical problems. Solid Airframe,and good C/S.
hard to put wing together with all them wires in such a small body missing screws in ket left retrack dose not work but sench I had them down took first flight youseing my dx5i and I due have to say this plane flys relly nice and landed with no problem and looks grate instruction sucks as knowing where screws go and which ones are wich also thay could have throwm in the reversy wire for the flaps in box to save you from buying it so I give this plane a 3 stars only carse she flys nice
Exhaust Manifold Depiction
A previous reviewer commented that the outboard exhaust pipes, which point upward while the inboard point downward, is incorrect and looks dumb. The look is a matter of taste, I suppose, but it actually is correct that the outboard pipes point upward. Kudos to Dynam for correctly modeling this distinctive and unusual feature of the BF 1110. I can't wait to begin super detailing mine!
Super fast delivery in excellent
Super fast delivery in excellent condition. Thanks! Your flight videos and detailed shots of airplane features sold me.
The ship comes nicely packaged as most do these days. Assembly is a bit problematic with good photos and absent words. The graphics are small hiding details that need expansion. Be patient with testing the servos; many need adjusting.
This famed 'Zerstorer' is magnificent sight in flight!
This unusual warbird really rocks and is some serious eye candy while taxied or flown. Tight, 60 degree banked rudder turns look awesome and the low passes are fun, FUN! She is a bit torque sensitive and needs a careful good measure of R rudder on take off due to the twin, non counter rotating props. I opted and painted all the upper OEM (sky blue) surfaces on the wings and elevator back to German Splinter Green, which really looks great with the Dk. German Grayâ€¦and IMHO, much more authentic. Unlike 'Pilot Ryan', I did not choose to place the ESCs in the cockpit, and BTW a great idea, but I did velcro a Tactic receiver on the deck between the pilot and gunner, and I cut a small slot for the servo leads to come in from the wings. Oddly enoughâ€¦the pilot and gunner figures supplied look like identical twins (LOL), and bear a strong resemblance to that british math **** the Brits hired to break the "unbreakable" German 'Enigma Codes' ****!!!â€¦suffice to say they look "kinda sweet" and nothing like battle hardened Luftwaffe crewmen! When the little red (bind) light in the Rx is on, it looks almost like a period RT wireless radio set (which was) the primary duty of the 110's rear gunner/wireless operator. In time I plan to extend the rather short motor to ESC wires and mount the ESCs in the lower wing radiator nacelles for better cooling. Those puppies get HOT, when really flying her like you stole her! Especially here during summer in the South! The battery does too! It is a wide wing on this bird and is a bit of a pain to cram all those wires into that tiny little space in that narrow fuselage, from having to take the wings off to transport. I can never get the wings to fully seal with the fuse, along the space between the front and aft attachment screws. That huge *** of wires being the culprit! The included vert stabs did not have the critical plastic pieces installed to connect them to the horizontal/elevator, but a rep got me some coming really quick with no problem! I hope Motion RC never gets slack about righting Mfg. wrongs, quickly with no drama, like they always have for meâ€¦I have bought 12 warbirds here and will continue to build my fleet from their stocks as long as they address issues promptly and with courtesy. The dual rudder rigging is a wee bit tedious, but still straight forward. I opted for the reverse servo for the flaps and am glad I did. She comes in pretty hot without some flaps deployed. Make sure you let her cool a while between flights as there is no (useful) OEM airflow holes for the ESCs or battery. I did cut 1 pane out of the top of the canopy (above the Rx), to act as a type of 'chimney' to draw some of the heat out of the lower cockpit floors, where the ESCs sit, for some meager cooling efforts. The Bernoulli Principle at work my good fellows! High velocity air over a stationary hole with a lower chamber creates vacuum. I was thinking about a recip carburetor in operationâ€¦ Other than some minor 'special needs' at the bench, this Dynam Bf 110 Messerschmitt is way cool, fun as ever to fly, and a grand beauty among my growing fleet! I love it!
Looks great but...
This is really a cool looking airplane, I started with 5 stars and went down from there. First star subtracted was for the ESC that went up in flames. Second was for the fried motor. Third was for the cool looking water slide 12al on the nose that blew off on the third flight. Forth star subtracted was for the cracked canopy. That leaves the fifth star for the right retract that only goes halfway up on the seventh flight. I have given back one star because Motion sent me a replacement ESC. I have purchased twenty five airplanes from MRC, this by far is the most poorly produced airplane I have received. I will not waste my money on another Dynam model.
Liked the airplane but, 1.The supplied ESC's did not work with the supplied motors. The motors stuttered, at first I thought the props were loose. Changed ESC's and the problem went away. 2. The lights are so dim you can hardly see that thy are on. 3. One side of the exhaust pipes point down. This correct. The other side points up. This not correct and looks dumb. 4. Flap servo arms are put on like aileron servos. When they are like this you only get half the mouvement you need. No way the get them out and change them without tearing the wing apart.