- Large High Scale RC Model
- Radio Controlled 2.4GHz, 12 Channel Warbird (Aileron, Elevator, Rudder, Throttle, Flaps, Retracts with Doors, Bomb Drop with Doors, Disc Brake Control Systems)
- World’s Largest and Most Scale B-25 Mitchell Bomber yet on the market!
- Patented unique working landing gears with disc brake control systems
- Configured with reliable high performance 15g digital metal gear servos
- Durable reliable servoless heavy duty metal screw retracts
- Durable high scale rubber landing gear wheels
- Working high-scale flaps
- Working high-scale navigation lights
- Working bomb drop with doors
- New 2.4GHz spectrum technology, with the functions of automatic identification and precise code pairing, strong anti-jamming, and allow more than 20 aircrafts to fly at the same field at same time
Product Name: 25 Mitchell Bomber Length: 1588mm Wingspan: 2000mm Wing Area: 53.3d㎡ Propeller Diameter: 13×5 in Flying Weight: 6000g Thrust: 6100g Radio: 12 CH RC Servo: 15×Digital Metal 17g servo Brushless ESC: 50A Screw Servo: 3pcs Brushless Motor: 1Φ37×48mm 600KV Aircraft Battery: Li-Po 14.8v/5200mAh (25C)
This Aircraft is NOT A TOY. It is not suitable for children under 14 years of age. Children under the age of 14 must not operate this product alone. They must be accompanied by an experience adult at all times.
Flying Skill Level:
(Great for intermediate and skilled pilots) Extended Flight simulator practice and experienced pilot supervision recommended.
Moderate airplane assembly required. Internal wiring and electronics configuration is required. Please dry fit and test all electronics before gluing and securing any components.
After every 5 flights and before and after storing airplane, please check all control surface horns and tighten the screws on surface horns if needed. Check the control pushrod clevis to insure no cracks are visible and no clevis has come loose. Check all control surfaces for solid contact between control surfaces, main wings and tail sections. Check for any loose screws anywhere screws are located. Check all wires connecting to the receiver for solid connection.
Please Note: If you have very little knowledge of Model Plane Assemble or have no Radio Control Flying experience, we would NOT recommend you to purchase this product to learn on.
There is no clear industry standard definition for RTF, ARF, RXR, KIT, etc. Every manufacturer makes up their own definitions.
The generally accepted definitions are:
KIT means that you get all of the components of the plane, i.e.: fuselage, wings, tail, landing gear, even ducted fan, etc., pre-built but not pre-assembled; No electronic parts are included.
RTF (Ready To Fly) means that you get the complete model, which includes all electronic parts—equipped model itself and RC Transmitter, Receiver, Flight Battery and 90 – 98% assembled. All “RTF” versions will have slight final assembly and setting up to do before flying.
Required items: RC transmitter AA batteries and Li-po flight battery charger depending on the model aircraft purchased.
RXR means that you get the RTF but no RC transmitter/Receiver.
ARF means that you get the RTF but no RC transmitter/Receiver and no aircraft Battery.