FMS CJ-6 CAF Trainer 1200mm (48") Wingspan - PNP
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FMS CJ-6 CAF Trainer 1200mm (48") Wingspan - PNP - FMM085P
This unique model from FMS is the first Chinese Air Force (CAF) prop-driven military aircraft in the EPO foam category. The staff at Motion RC is always looking to offer unique, interesting aircraft to our customers. Diversity is the spice of the RC hobby! The FMS CJ-6 CAF Trainer is lightweight and durable with an impressive flight envelope that is easy for newer pilots while offering flight characteristics advanced pilots can enjoy.
- The latest in high-ratio EPO foam, lightening the airplane's weight
- Retractable electric tricycle landing gear, for increased scale appeal
- Split flaps for slower landings and shorter takeoffs
- Removable wingspan for easy transport
- Extensive use of plastic parts for increased scale appeal
- The first ever Chinese prop model airplane
- FMS CJ-6 CAF Trainer 1200mm (48") 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 2200 mAh Lipo Battery with EC3 connector - EPR22003EC3
- 3 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
1200mm / 48in
1010mm / 40.2in
51.15 oz / 1450g
Brushless 3541-KV840 Motor
40A ESC with EC3 Connector
Propeller / EDF
11x8 Three Blade Propeller
3 Cell 11.1V 2200 mAh Lipo Battery with EC3 connector (required)
6 Channel (required)
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nice plane, servo hookup harder
nice plane, servo hookup harder than it needed to be
Awesome after some minor tweaks.
It finally flew. It broke ground following a 15ft. Takeoff roll and was a dream. The only major issue was that once it was trimmed out, with raising or lowering the gear, another minor trim change was required. Otherwise, she was GREAT!
Weather cleared and headed to the field for the maiden flight of my FMS CJ-6. Airframe meets and exceeds its video reviews. Very smooth flying machine.
Build? What build?
As the title says, what build? 6screws, 1 prop/spinner retention screw and nut, and that's it. It goes together faster than you can read this. The only holdup is the control adapter unit. The cables are short, and there's not much play room. Otherwise, it's a snap. Haven't flown her yet, but I soon will.
This is my first FMS product. Very impressed with the quality of the airframe. Have not had it to the field due to weather but, looking forward too that day.
awesome plane well built well
awesome plane well built well packaged motion rc is the best
nice plane! easy to build and one of the best flying planes i have had!!
An unusual and good-flying warbird addition
One of the main attractions to this plane was that you're not going to see four more of them on the flight line when you bring it out. More importantly, it is a well-designed, sturdy, and good flying model. The finish and hardware are good, the retracts are sturdy and well engineered, and the center flap is an added and unusual bonus. After some puzzling over hooking up the multi-connector and finally just using Y-harnesses instead, the plane went together easily and was flight-ready without having to add any weight to arrive at the correct CG. The flap was used after the initial flight and became quite effective once the appropriate amount of positive elevator was dialed in with the elevator/flap mixer. In all, I'm very pleased with the plane's stability and the ease of landing using the center flap. At the same time, it maintains a good degree of agility and has a nice presence in the air and on the ground. It has become a mainstay of my electric warbird stable.
This is my first low wing aircraft to fly. Have patience with the wiring block, trial and error till all functions are correct. Rest of build is very quick. Headed out to field and broke the rudder off from the vertical due to making contact the the lift gate. Four pin hinges later back at field. First flight was pretty squirrelly. Plane wanted to turn right and drop. Getting to much safer altitude, started to hit the trim buttons. Once the trims had been worked out, this plane tracked like an arrow. Point and go. Fun to fly, Bounced on landing each time and gear is still going strong. (Have seen T-28's nose gear fold under). Looks great on a slow pass with the gear down. Something different on the flight line. Fms hit a home run with the CJ-6.