Freewing F-16 V2 6S-Pro 70mm EDF Jet - PNP
Freewing 6S-Pro F-16 70mm V2 EDF Jet - (Plug-N-Play) - PNP - FJ21111P
The F-16C “Fighting Falcon” is a single-engine multi-role fighter aircraft originally developed for the United States Air Force (USAF). Designed as an air superiority day fighter, the aircraft evolved into a successful all-weather multirole platform. The F-16C features an internal M61 Vulcan cannon and multiple locations for mounting weapons and other mission equipment. Operating in nearly 30 countries to this day, the F-16 has distinguished its place in aviation history.
Freewing has modeled this brilliant aircraft in EPO foam with a 70mm electric ducted fan (EDF) power system. With a 1306mm length and 878mm wingspan, this 1/12 scale flying replica including many exciting features! An accurate scale outline with sharp surface details and panel lines make this model stand out at your airfield. Removable main wings and a magnetic nose cone make transport very convenient. The cockpit battery bay cover is secured with a sliding latch to prevent separation during flight, and the entire aircraft is reinforced with strategic placement of carbon tubes to withstand vigorous flying maneuvers. A control board helps to consolidate all the wiring for a clean battery bay. For pilots who want an extra “scale” touch, an optional ordnance set is sold separately, containing two AIM-120 AMRAAM and two AGM-88 HARM missiles.
The Freewing 70mm F-16C V2 features electric retractable landing gear for lower drag and better scale appearance during flight. This versatile jet is offered in three different powerplant options: 4s Standard, 6s Professional and ARF PLUS for those who want to put their own power system inside. These power systems achieve a maximum speed of 78mph and 103mph, respectively. The aircraft is designed for stability, strong vertical climbing performance, and short takeoff distance. The aircraft can also maintain a high alpha of 30 degrees to demonstrate its superior low speed stability. The 4s Standard version is suitable for beginning intermediate pilots and above skill levels. We recommend the 6s Pro version for skilled intermediate or advanced pilots with experience flying at least two EDFs.
We are proud to feature this exciting aircraft in the modern three tone gray US Air Force base colors, and three decal sets are included inside the box for you to choose from to customize your model from various actual Air Force squadrons. Visit www.callie-graphics.com to purchase other optional decal sets for this model.
Visit the Official Freewing 70mm F-16 V2 Discussion Thread on HobbySquawk.com for additional photos, videos, reviews, and customer Q&A.
- Durable EPO Foam and Reinforced Construction
- Realistic Shape and Detailing
- Electric Retractable Landing Gear
- 12 Blade EDF Fan For Realistic Sound
- Removable Wings and Magnetic Nose Cone for Easy Transport
- Minimal Assembly
- Three Decal Sets Included
- Optional Weapon Set (Sold Separately)
- Optional Suspension Strut Set (Sold Separately)
- Freewing 6S-Pro F-16 70mm EDF Jet - 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
- 6 Cell 14.8V 3600 - 4000 mAh Li-Po Battery with EC5 Connector - We Recommend the Admiral 6S 4000mAh Pro
- 6 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 6 cell (6S) charger from our Charger Collection
34.57in / 878mm
51.4in / 1306mm
|CG (Center of Gravity)||90mm / 3.5" from the leading edge of the wing at the root|
3048-2150KV Brushless Outrunner
Electronic Speed Control
80 Amp with EC5 Connector
Propeller / EDF
9g digital metal gear with 100mm lead : nose landing gear steering
6 Cell 22.2V 4000mAh Li-Po battery with EC5 Connector
6+ CH 2.4GHz Full Range Transmitter
|Build Time||2+ Hours|
Product Spare Parts
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Freewing F-16 V2 6S Pro 70mm EDG
I have been flying RC aircraft since 1995. I can say with ease that Motion R/C is one of the most professional and helpful company I have ever done business with. With that in mind it was no surprise that this freewing F-16 has been a dream to fly. Thank you Motion R/C!
Thrilled with this purchase. Top notch product and excellent service from the team at Motion!
This is my 3rd freewing f16. I buy them arf plus, and use my owns esc and fans. Easy to build and setup. They fly very nice, and for the price you wont find a better edf aircraft. Freewing quality is top notch, and the design is very well thought out. Not a plane for a novice, intermediate level or above.
Is a 5000mah battery too big
I was thinking about purchasing this plane but all of my 6s batteries are 5000mah. Is that too heavy for this plane?
The best jet super stable and super real in sky. Love it
Perfect fit on every part
I received every part in perfect condition and assembly was easy with perfect fit on every part. Maiden will probably be closer to summer due to bad flying weather here at the West cost of Norway. Im super happy with this modell, *** always with freewing and motion rc. Thanks
One of the best!
I have about 25 flights on my 6S 70mm F-16 now. This has become one of my favorites. I can't go out to the field and not bring this plane with me. This thing is such a blast to fly. It looks and sounds very impressive screaming by and banking away. It has great vertical, it will snap on a turn and hold steady, and it's very stable in a aspects. I did set in flatirons. They're probably not needed, but even with them, it lands fairly fast, so I recommend it. No biggie with a 6 channel radio. I also think it gives you a little more natural nose up in the landing pattern and on approach. Fly like a pro and put in flatirons. It's a fun add-on. I'm flying with the upgraded landing gear, and it does make a lot of difference. Seems to hold up a ton better and track better. Still, make sure you've bled off all of the speed before turning this thing on the runway. It WILL tip on you if you're not very careful. It will also wants to tip when you're coming down onto your nose gear on landing. So, I strongly recommend holding the nose up as long as possible after your mains touch down. Keep back pressure on the stick until you're almost at a stop. The rudder gives plenty of steering for roll out. I've dialed the rates down quite a bit. With that tailed-delta wing and the ailerons so close to the fuselage, it doesn't take much to make this think snap roll. Also, I've added the missile set, and it makes it look a lot better. Just flying with the AMRAAMs on the rails, and that's plenty. The under-wing missiles are a little much. Enjoy! IMG_0746.JPG
Always the best service from
Always the best service from Motion RC.
Good but less than perfect
I've previously reviewed this plane when I first got it and gave it 5 stars. It was such an improvement over the version 1 that I would have given it more than 5 stars. But after 25 or 30 flights I have a couple of negative comments. First, as with the V1, the landing gear is ridiculously wimpy. Any hard landing at all and the nose gear (and the mains too!) will bend. This applies both to the stock and the upgraded landing gear. I have both and both have now experienced being snapped off because the shaft is something like 1/16th" ordinary steel. It ought to be something a lot tougher. You bend them a few times on landing, and then bend them back into place and the metal fatigue weakens it so that it easily breaks! I had no trouble at Joe Nall with their wide grass runways but on my homefield with its narrow, paved runway the gear has, after 20 flights, become trash. This brings up the other problem: spare parts. It's been 2 1/2 months and I've been waiting to get a new motor and a couple of other parts for the plane, and now I need landing gear. And I'm sorry to say but Motion has been feeding us a line of baloney, stringing us along. You guys are going to know exactly when those containers have been shipped. You're Freewing's main distributor. It's not believable that you don't have precise information on what's been shipped, when it was shipped, the name of the cargo vessel, etc. I would if I were someone's main distributor. So because of the poor support I have had to downgrade my rating of this plane.