Flyzone Focke-Wulf Fw 190


 


 
The Flyzone Select Scale Focke-Wulf Fw 190 replicates the versatile and highly maneuverable Luftwaffe favorite.  This WWII workhorse was adapted for every role imaginable, including fighter-bomber, interceptor and night fighter.

This brushless 2.4GHz RTF or Rx-R version of the celebrated aircraft features AeroCell™ foam construction, operational flaps and retractable landing gear. Warbird enthusiasts will enjoy the Folke-Wulf Fw 190’s ease of assembly and historically accurate scale details.  A 3-blade propeller and painted scale spinner add to the authenticity.  And modelers can choose between the convenience of the RTF or the versatility of the Rx-R version!

Features:

  • Built-in “extras” include retractable, shock-absorbing landing gear and scale operational flaps
  • Equipped with a powerful brushless outrunner motor and ESC, plus 5 micro servos
  • Aerocell foam construction makes for a strong, lightweight airframe
  • A hatch in the top of the plane allows for easy battery access
  • The Ready-To-Fly (RTF) version comes complete with a Tactic™ 6-channel 2.4GHz radio, 11.1V 1800mAh LiPo battery, battery charger and 4 “AA” batteries
  • The Receiver-Ready (Rx-R™) model allows installation of the modelers choice of receiver and battery

Specifications:

Wingspan: 44.5 in (1130 mm)
Length: 39 in (990 mm)
RTF Weight: 2.5 lb (1134 g)
Rx-R Weight: 2.25-2.5 lb (1020-1134 g)

 

HCAA2538      Focke-Wulf 190  Brushless 2.4G RTF     Retail:$349.99  Street:$269.99
HCAA2539      Focke-Wulf 190 Brushless 2.4G Rx-R    Retail:$249.99  Street:$189.99

 

The Focke-Wulf 190 RTF and Rx-R versions will be available early September.

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5 Responses to Flyzone Focke-Wulf Fw 190

  1. avatar johnsons says:

    GOT ONE SATURDAY. Looks great. Would like to see reviews / video. Thanks

  2. avatar Jeff says:

    Any tips on how to replace the retractable landing gear on the Focke-Wulf FW 190? We bought new ones from Tower Hobbies, but are unsure as to how to remove old landing gear. Does the styrofoam need to be cut away to install?

    • avatar Kurt Gornek says:

      Hey Jeff, Sorry for the late reply (I missed your post!). Although it’s probably too late, it would appear that the only way to replace them would be to surgically remove the old ones with a hobby knife. It’s a two piece wing assembled at the factory and the retracts are slid between the two halves and glued in place. It looks pretty ugly. Can you just replace the broken parts on the old retracts? Some parts (exposed) can be swapped out. Good Luck!

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