FMS FW-190 "Yellow 6" 1400mm (55") Wingspan - PNP
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FMS 1400mm (55") Focke Wulf FW190 in "Yellow 6" color scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FMS045-Y6
- Many scale details including fabric rib effect on ailerons and elevator, drop tank, and landing gear doors
- Durable resin cowl, exhaust vents, and air inlets
- True to scale main gear geometry with worm drive electronic retracts
- Slow speed split flaps for scale takeoffs and landings
- Bright LED navigation lights
- Removable bomb
- Hand painted detailing including cockpit and pilot figure
- Durable EPO Foam
- 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 2500 mAh Lipo Battery with EC3 Connector - EPR25004E
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
1400mm / 55.2in
1230mm / 48.4in
4250-Kv580 Brushless Motor
70A ESC, Internal 5A SBEC, EC3 Connector
Propeller / EDF
15x8 Three Blade Propeller
9g positive for ailerons
9g digital positive for flaps
17g positive for Elevator and rudder
14.8V 2500-4000mAh 25C 4 cell LiPo with EC3 Connector
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FW 190 1400
Landing gear problematic and too fragile for longevity.
very well built
I'm not a verified buyer because I bought it used . and I did have some doubts about buying FMS after my FMS corsair v1 was dissapointing. but they did defiantly step up their build quality and quality control. I like everything about this plane so far . I almost don't want to fly it because it looks so good. I bought 5 3000mah 5s 40c to give it some extra kick. I hope it flys as good as it looks
I Have FMS Bf-109 for three years. It's a great model. In November 2017 ordered a FMS FW-190 Yellow 6 from Motion RC. The first three flights was awesome. On the fourth The motor with the frame detached from the model in the air and screuded the whole nose part with all wiring(motor, controller and battery). No Reply from FMS Models support. Will order the second one.
Waiting for a weather break to try it out .
BEAUTIFUL BIRD (BUTCHER BIRD)
AT FIRST I LIKED THE OLD VERISON RED8 J.G.3(UDET) BUT AFTER OPENING MY NEW YELLOW 6 J.G. 1 THE COLORS REALLY POP! HAVE NOT FLOWN YET ,EAST COAST BLUES ,BUT MOST F.M.S. PRODUCTS ARE WELL BUILT .JUST MAKE SURE YOU DOUBLE CHECK EVERYTHING BEFORE FLIGHT, DO NOT ASSUME EVERTHING IS TIGHT! AS ALWAYS MOTION R.C. IS THE BEST ! MIKE K.
Not a good FMS plane
I really love the real FW190 but not impressed with this one. The landing gear is terrible and I don't care if you grease every landing it will fail. The other issue this plane has is the prop hub assembly is terrible... Severely unbalanced right out of the gate. Bad enough to shake the whole front of the plane apart if I were to use it.Motion was out of stock so I ordered one directly from China and sure enough this one is **** too.. Not as bad as the original but bad enough not to use. Other threads online clearly show this is a issue that FMS hasn't fixed. Unless you're happy with a **** ( non scale prop) you might have serious issues. 2 stars because the plane actually flys well but too many other issues.
Fms fw -190
Nice plane. Flies great. The power is excellent. Everything about the plane is awesome. Motion rc customer service are the best. I would do business with them again.
Follow up: Vast improvement....
Well, I've been flying my FW-190 as often as I can. Love it up there....looks and behaves great. No bad habits. Easy takeoffs and landings, as long as you land it like a warbird. With a little speed so elevators have enough air to push the tail down once the main gears hit the grass. If you float it in....you'll nose over. NOW...the retracts. AAAARRRRGGGHHHHH!!!!! LOSING MY FRIGGIN MIND!!!! They started out okay. Solid and aligned. But with every landing, the screws which hold the retract to the gearbox became looser and looser. Constant tightening eventually strips the holes in the plastic gearbox. I tried locktite. Nope. Silicone glue in the screw holes. Nope. So, after being told by my wife to watch my language, I dug out my dremel and grinded the **** gearbox surfaces where the holes are so I could insert 1/2" OAK. Added pilot holes in the oak for 4 screws. Used a 2 part epoxy with 3000lb. test strength to adhere the oak to the gearbox. I then got rid of the ridiculous inset screws that hold the wheel assembly in the retract and used 3mm machine screws. Tighten those suckers down with brute force and a large screwdriver, not some wimpy little hex wrench. Heads of the screws prevented me from inserting retract into the gearbox, so I had to grind out areas of the plastic gearbox to allow proper installation of the retract. whew.....I mean....arent we supposed to enjoy flying our planes? Not with these retracts/wheels my fellow pilots. Now if this plane crashes or explodes, the only thing that WILL survive will be my wheel assembly. "Film at 11....." FMS has GOT to simplify their wheel/retract setup and make them stronger. Much much stronger. Please.....
Vast improvements from FMS with this FW-190
This is the second FMS FW-190 Ive owned... yes, I crashed my first one. Pilot error fer sure--stalled it while landing-- but I loved the way the plane flew, so I got another. This FW seems almost like a "new and improved" FW from FMS. They must have gotten their act together because the plane I now own is heads and shoulder better than the previous one. Paint job is cleaner. Tape under wings is aligned better with wire trenches. 12als are placed properly. Everything seems better and tighter AND.... the retractable wheels are actually aligned properly!! They are solid, too. I say that because my previous FMS FW-190 had wheels that pointed in opposite directions, were wobbly and retracts were not fixed to the wing firmly either. They were a nightmare. No more.....I hope. The one thing that FMS has to do is to use better parts in their retracts. The inset screws which tighten down the wheel shafts to the retracts are cheap ****** metal that can be easily stripped out with a hex wrench while tightening. Once stripped, the retract is pretty much kaput. They should use 3mm machine screws instead. As for flying, this bird is a dream...and flies solid as a tank. Easy take offs and landings with just a touch of rudder at takeoff and a little up elevator upon landing. Seems powered sufficiently for me. If you want a great looking AND performing first warbird, get this plane. You won't be sorry....unless you get one from their older inventory. (I just hope my "new and improved" Focke Wulf 190 is NOT a fluke).