FlightLine Focke-Wulf Ta 152H 1300mm (51") Wingspan - PNP
51" Wingspan FlightLine Focke-Wulf Ta 152H - PNP - FLW205P
FlightLine proudly presents the remarkable Ta-152H! Never before seen in foam electric format, FlightLine has once again delivered a rare warbird to expand its exciting line of premier affordable model aircraft.
Designed by Kurt Tank in 1944, the original Ta-152 was in many ways the ultimate version of Tank's famed FW-190 Wurger. One of the fastest piston engine aircraft of World War II, the sleek Ta-152H was optimized as a high altitude interceptor. Its stretched nose and fuselage, stretched wings, and iconic forward fuselage elements gave the Ta-152 a distinctive appearance that also showed Tank's inventiveness even as the war drew to a close.
FlightLine's 1310mm wingspan Ta-152H depicts the stark beauty of this deadly machine in 1/11 scale with the convenience of electric power. This model has quickly become one of our favorites at the flying field! Prepare to be amazed by the Ta-152's wide flight envelope, from vertical climbs to tall loops, from high speed passes at 80+mph to slow soaring like a glider. Carbon reinforcements strengthen the aircraft to withstand the rigors of sport RC flight. Screws assemble the model in minutes, and make wing removal fast for convenient transport.
As with all FlightLine model aircraft, the Ta-152H features many scale details to bring your model to life including an accurate outline, plastic cowl and intake, cannon, exhaust stacks, correct canopy shape and forward fuselage contours, and gear doors. Split flaps, large wheels, and a wide stance on metal trunion retractable main landing gear make landings predictable and stable. This is easily one of our best handling aircraft on grass under the 1350mm class size. A beautiful base paint job with 18 included tail number decals gives you multiple options to stand out at your flying field!
To further expand its versatility, our Ta-152H is the first aircraft from FlightLine specifically designed to accommodate a 3s or 4s battery. Fly at scale speeds with as small as a 3s 2200mAh battery, or enjoy spirited flying with the recommended 4s 2500 battery. We flight tested 3s 1800 batteries up to 4s 3300. On the recommended Admiral 4s 2500mAh battery, we fly a comfortable 5-7 minutes of mixed throttle sport flying on the stock PNP's three bladed scale power system with nearly unlimited vertical climbing power. The optional High Speed two blade power system requires the recommended 4s 2500 battery to achieve 90mph speeds.
Own a rare piece of aviation history by adding this Ta-152H to your fleet today!
Visit the Official FlightLine Focke-Wulf Ta 152H Discussion Thread on HobbySquawk.com for additional photos, videos, reviews, and customer Q&A.
- Electric Servoless Retractable landing gear
- 98% Glueless assembly
- Optional upgrade complete nylon hinge set included in each box for free
- Split flaps
- Powerful outrunner motor and ESC for 4s operation
- Highly detailed paint scheme
- 18 different tail number decals included inside the box to customize your model
- Brushless motor, ESC and servos installed
- FlightLine Focke-Wulf Ta 152H 1300mm (51") Wingspan - PNP
- 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
- 3 Cell 11.1V 4000 mAh or 4 Cell 14.8V 2200mAh to 3000mAh LiPo battery with XT60 Connector – We recommend the Admiral 4 Cell 14.8V 2500mAh Pro LiPo battery
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
|Wingspan||1300mm / 51.18in|
|Length||985mm / 38.7in|
|Flying Weight||1380 - 1500g depending on battery|
|Power System||3648-830Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor (Stock scale power system)|
3648-880Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor (Optional sport power system)
|Speed Control||60A Brushless with XT60 connector|
|Propeller / EDF||10x6 3 Blade Propeller / 12x8 2 Blade Propeller High Performance Version (optional)|
|Servos||9g metal gear standard with 550mm lead: left aileron, right aileron|
9g metal gear reverse with 300mm lead: left flap
9g metal gear standard with 300mm lead: right flap
9g metal gear standard with 300mm lead: rudder, elevator
|Landing Gear||Retractable landing gear with metal trunnions|
|Required Battery||3 Cell 11.1V 4000 mAh or 4 Cell 14.8V 2200mAh to 3000mAh LiPo battery with XT60 Connector|
|Required Radio||6 Channel radio|
|Hinge Type||Foam hinges except nylon hinges on flaps|
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.
- September 11, 2018 - The FlightLine 1300mm TA-152 recommends a 4S 3000 mAh LiPo battery, but a 3S 4000 mAh of equivalent weight and similar dimension can be used.
- March 9, 2017 - Do not use the high performance 2-blade propeller (P112080) with the stock motor. You must use the 2-blade propeller with the upgraded motor (MO136484) only.
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Just received this awesome model...just unboxed it and what an impressive presentation. You all did a fine job on this and I look forward to the Assembly of this Model. Thank you MotionRC I rated the last 2 questions as a 4 since I don't know, but this my basic expectation on the outcome. I'LL update you all after the Maiden
the motor thrust line was way off to the left & up which is a nono. The spinner was also nowhere center in the cowl.I sent pics to pete taylor @ support. After talking to Pete I managed to modify the motor mount to get a little bit of right thrust & down thrust.Pete as usual very helpfull. model not yet flown.
First flight yesterday was eventful. It trimmed fine. Like other flyers have mentioned on youtube it likes to tip stall which it did on landing. It was about 3 feet off the runway when it pitched up and rolled to the left breaking the plane into 3 pieces and damaging the motor bearings. Even one of the decals detached itself from the fuselage. I did use the glue provided in the kit to reassemble the fuselage and center aft wing. Worked well. It hit so hard even the new Admiral receiver case broke in half. I have not given up on this plane. Next Monday I plan to fly it again. Perhaps I can add to this review later. I gave the quality of the plane an "okay". The mold release had several tabs which should have been removed before it was painted. To remove them now reveals a nice white area. I think the value of the product for the money is low. It also took me much longer than I had anticipated to assemble the plane. As far as how well the product performs is to be determined.
OK so I got this plane as a gift and I was very excited since it was my first large RC plane and my favorite ww2 fighter. Assembly only took about 2 hours the only thing that was a but confusing was the wiring as it differed from the instructions. I have so far flown it twice, when taking off make sure you get a lot of speed before you pull up because it may tip stall at low speeds, once your in the air it flies like dream it can cruse at 40% throttle and can due a ton of aerobatics. Landing is were i had my problem, I live in NJ so there isn't many places to fly and so I have to land in an empty parking lot, my first landing was great but when I was on my second landing approach I didn't know how far the plane was from me (since I'm used to flying smaller planes) and I clipped a tree. I was really disappointed (at myself) because it was my first day out and I was loving the plane but I'm gonna need a new wing and elevators. But overall I love the plane and recommend it to anyone with at least intermediate experience, thankfully motionRC has all parts available so I may be able to fix her before I go back to collage.
The split flaps are warped out of the box so they are not flush to the wing when extended all the way. Customer service was great. The left flap servo was shorted out of the box. They replaced it immediately
After getting plane, I had to put washers, under the retract mounting plate, to make retracts work, the plane doesn’t look like motions photos, I thought it was terribly ****, it fly’s ok, has a very high stall speed, I think it due to its lack of surface area, on those long skinny wings, on my first takeoff, it stalled on takeoff, don’t use to much elevator, make sure you get plenty of ground speed, before giving any elevator input, once you get it up, it flys good, as long as you keep your speed up, especially when turning, on landings you have to fly it to the ground, it will not glide, I ended up stalling mine on approach to’ landing, and broke the fuselage in half, I actually wasn’t to sad, the plane didn’t impress me, I have the Freewing FW-190, it is three times the plane of this one, save your mind net and buy the FW-190, it is the best flying of all of my warbirds!!
Had a issue with.my plane motionrc stepped up and took care of it .Kudos to Mr Bedding
Beautiful Plane ! looks GREAT in the Air Only reason I cannot give it a five is a design issue in the mounting for the retracts was able to address with washers under the retracts also bad retract motor GREAT customer Service from Martin.
I think my model was put together on a Monday but after a few issues I got it together and the end result was worth the effort. If you have a servo tester, use it before you plug into the blue box because it won't work with the blue box. I may ditch the blue box, I have a less is more philosophy with electronics. For those who wish to paint the spiral, use acrylic paint and a toothpick, yes a toothpick. Use painter tape on one side just to get the angle. Once you have the general outline use a toothpick to scrape away the rough edges. All you have to do after that is lay it on a flat surface and as you spin it around you will see where to add or scrape away paint using the toothpick. That is where the acrylic comes in, you can't do that with enamel. Then a light spray of polycrylic to keep it and you're done.
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