Product ID: KP11874
The Japanese Navy’s main fighter was active from the middle to the end of WWII
has been realistically reproduced.
Playing its crucial role as the Japanese Navy’s main fighter, the Zero Fighter Model 52 joined the battle in the pacific theatre with its improved airspeed and reinforcements to counter the high speed of the American fighters from the middle of WWII through to the end. Now this famous fighter takes its place in the SQS Warbird Series lineup. A complex manufacturing process produces the lightweight and high-rigidity construction of the balsa ribbed main & tail wings and fuselage that realizes both superior flying performance and exceptional scale appearance. The printed Toughlon covering is highly durable, wrinkle and sag resistant, and recreates the Zero’s defining dark green and gray color finish in the highest quality. Split flaps and retracts with oleo legs not only deliver effective speed control and lift during takeoff and landing, but also recreate the movement of the original airplane. This semi-assembled ARF model is able to be completed by anyone and is easy to fly with a quality finish that will excite the most avid collectors of scale model aircraft. As a beautifully finished, fully equipped scale model airplane, the Zero Model 52 is ideal for advanced and intermediate level flyers wanting to launch into realistic scale flight.
This radio control model is not a toy!
Safe flying is not possible without correct assembly, proper maintenance and careful selection of flying location. Safe operation of this model is your responsibility, so please take necessary precautions to avoid any property damage or personal injury. Beginner flyers should never fly alone.
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