Parkzone Mosquito Mk VI BNF
Coming Soon - Early March
Constructed almost entirely of plywood and powered by twin Merlin V12s, the DeHavilland Mosquito Mk VI was incredibly fast and maneuverable for a plane of its size. This speed and maneuverability combined with its relatively long range earned it a variety of combat roles during World War II that included everything from low-level reconnaissance to anti-shipping and night fighter missions.
The first-ever 4-channel twin-engine ultra micro, the ParkZone Ultra Micro Series Mosquito MK VI brings this famous British WWII fighter to life in your own backyard. Scale details include the twin motors, authentic mossy camouflage paint scheme, molded clear plastic canopy, landing gear with steerable tail wheel, and even dummy cannons. The 4-channel control with elevator, throttle, rudder, and aileron provide full control for precise flying and maneuverability. This Bind-N-Fly comes out of the box pre-assembled and ready to take flight in the time it takes to charge your 250mAh battery and bind it to your favorite DSM2 transmitter.
Twin engine Mk VI with counter-rotating 3-blade propellers
Independent Spektrum AS2000L ultra micro aileron servos
Clear canopy and authentic mossy camouflage scheme
Full 4-channel control
Steerable tail wheel and removable landing gear
Capable of aerobatics like rolls, loops, and more
Wingspan 20.5 in (520mm)
Overall Length 15.2 in (387mm)
Flying Weight 2.60 oz (74g)
Motor Size 8.5mm coreless brushed
Radio 4 channel transmitter minimum
Servos AS2000L linear long throw servo x2
CG (center of gravity) 38mm from leading edge of wing at fuselage
Prop Size 110 x 80mm 3-blade
Recommended Battery 250mAh 20C Li-Po
Minimum Age Recommendation 14 years
Experience Level Intermediate
Recommended Environment Indoor/Outdoor
Assembly Time Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required No
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Need to Complete
A 4+ channel DSM2 compatible transmitter is all you will need.
How would this be to fly as a beginner?
I have heli experience, but no plank experience bar some minimal sim work.
I adore the mosquito for very sentimental reasons and would love having this in the hangar.
So could I fly it?
(Bearing in mind I started off with a 250 size CP heli, so I do like things small.)
Desmogod - I started out on a Parkzone micro P-51D and found it fine. Biggest thing is getting a very low (or no) wind environment as these small models absolutely hate the wind. If you haven't flown stick before be prepared to crash - I did a lot on my '51 but its still in one piece, and spare parts are reasonably cheap. Its the electronics that are expensive haha.
Don't forget the manufacturers flight video:
Cheers - boingk
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