Dubbed the “Butcher Bird,” the Focke-Wulf 190 was the Luftwaffe’s most potent piston-engine fighter of WWII. In the hands of a capable pilot it was more than a match for any Allied fighter, including the awesome P-51D Mustang. Now you can experience the thrill of flying this warbird legend on a smaller scale with this fully aerobatic Charge-and-Fly reproduction from ParkZone.
And getting it airborne is about as simple as it gets. Just attach the wing and tail, connect the battery to the charger and in as little as 40 minutes, you’re flying. Prolific park flying fans will also be pleased to know that the receiver/ESC module and two servos can be removed and used in other speed 370 or 400-class electric aircraft. That includes V-tails and delta wings, thanks to selectable control mixing in the receiver. You can also adjust the speed control’s auto-cutoff to work with 3-cell Li-Po packs. And, with minor modification, you can set it up for exciting aerial combat using the X-Port™ adapter that’s included.
To maximize the performance of your ParkZone Focke-Wulf 190, please consider these optional parts:
Sonic Combat Module™ (HBZ4020) An X-Port adapter is included that lets you equip your plane with a Sonic Combat Module and recreate epic air battles with similarly equipped ParkZone P-51D Mustangs. Some minor modifications to the Sonic Combat Module are required.
9-cell 10.8V 1000mAh Ni-MH (PKZ1027) Keep downtime to a minimum with extra battery packs.
3-cell 11.1V 2100mAh Li-Po (THP21003SPL) For the ultimate in speed, climb performance and flight time, try a Li-Po pack like this one from Thunder Power. A Li-Po compatible charger is required.
Celectra™ 1–3 Cell DC Li-Po Charger (EFLC3005) Li-Po battery packs require a Li-Po specific charger. The Celectra from E-flite™ is the perfect match for Thunder Power Li-Po battery packs.
Charge-and-Fly convenience, outstanding flight performance and exciting scale realism—with the ParkZone Focke-Wulf 190, you get it all.
The ParkZone Promise: ParkZone Charge-and-Fly aircraft are for experienced RC pilots who want a high-performance park flyer without the hassle of having to build one. You get everything you need to go from box to sky in as little time as it takes to charge a battery pack. No gluing. No painting. No radio installation. No hassles. Just fly.
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