New In Box , photo is my assembled version and not the one for sale, illustration only. The H-King Fokker D.VII is a beautiful replica of the historical German World War I biplane fighter. It is built from balsa, ply, and comes factory covered in film with molded plastic parts for a realistic scale look. The Fokker D.VII came into service for the German Air Force (Deutsche Luftstreitkräfte) in May 1918 and became known as being a very maneuverable single-seat biplane. It had a good rate of climb and could prop hang for a short period of time, had a very docile stall, and was hard to spin making it an ideal flying machine. After the war, the Allies took large numbers of aircraft and they were used by a large number of air forces worldwide. As a plug and fly (PNF) model, the H-King Fokker D.VII comes with pre-applied covering film and stickers plus the molded plastic cowl, guns, and wheels to provide a very realistic look. All electrics are pre-installed including a 2212-1000KV motor, 20amp ESC, and 4 x 9g servos. There is some assembly such as fitting the wings, rudder, and wheels and you will also need to supply a 2200mAh 3S 40C battery and radio system for flying. Overall the Fokker D.VII is a fantastic airplane to fly and you should be able to do all the stunts that the original aircraft did as well as great scale flying.
Features: • Lightweight balsa and plywood construction • High quality covering film pre-applied • Authentic landing gear with scale WWI wheels • Large battery hatch for easy access • High-quality hardware included • High-quality motor, ESC, and servos included • Easy to assemble Specs: Wingspan: 925mm Fuselage Length: 720mm Weight: 820~840g (depending on the battery pack (not supplied)) Servo: 9g x 4 Motor: A2212-1000KV brushless ESC: 20amp w/BEC Propeller: 11”x5” Required: 1 x 1300mAh 3S 30C LiPo 1 x 4~6 Channel Radio Transmitter / Receiver System