|Apr 06, 2011, 11:15 PM|
Plantraco : A6M2 ZERO Classroom Fighter
$60.00 shipped within USA only, please.
I have added Black color to canopy and Orange color to wing tips and vertical stab for easier identification in flight. She fly's great, I just have to many planes.
10-inch Wingspan -- 4 Gram Flying Weight -- Full Proportional Control -- 900Mhz Digital R/C -- Fly Indoor and Out -- Take it Anywhere !
1/48 Semi-Scale Profile RTF R/C Model
. Ready-To-Fly Zero with all components installed !
. GB05 Gearbox with Carbon Fiber Prop
. HingeAct Actuator
. Micro9 2CH Receiver
. Trimmed and Test Flown so she's ready to fly!
Keep Them Flying ! Your friend, Ken
|Apr 07, 2011, 09:53 AM|
Keep Them Flying ! Ken
|Apr 07, 2011, 10:44 PM|
Joined May 2008
Trader Rating: 81
|Apr 08, 2011, 11:15 AM|
[QUOTE=microflitedude;17913707]Does it come with the 100mhz TX and battery? Plantraco's website says those are required - "RTF" usually refers to a plane with everything included. Thanks![/QUOTE]
No, it requires a 900 mhz TX, Not a 100
The statement above says, as copied from Plantraco box.
- " Ready-To-Fly Zero with all components installed !"
This is why I included a link to the Plantraco classroom Fighters page above: Check them out at : http://www.plantraco.com/hobbies/product_A6M2_Zero.html
Keep Them Flying! Ken
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