FMS BAE Hawk Red Arrow 80mm EDF PNP

  The British Red Arrows, known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, is the official display team of the RAF and based at RAF Scampton. The team was formed in late 1964 as an all-RAF team and initially equipped with Foland Gnat trainers inherited from the RAF Yellowjacks display team.                                                            The switch to the BAE Systems Hawk T1 weapons trainer came in 1980 and has since performed with distinction at locations around the globe.                      Honoring the 50th display season celebration, FMS has created a brilliant replica for the popular 80mm EDF class.                                                                           


Product description

Key Features

  • Easy (six-screw) bolt-together assembly-no glue required

  • 80mm EDF with a brushless 3270-size, 1930Kv inrunner motor

  • High-quality Predator 100A ESC with 8A BEC

  • Durable, all-metal shock absorbing electric retracts

  • 12-blade EDF sound delivers an enhanced jet experience

  • 6-Channel control with functional flaps and steerable nose wheel

  • Metal-gear servos provide precision and reliability

  • Removable one-piece wing with optional ferry tank

  • New ball-style control horns and linkages for greater precision

  • Brilliant LED lighting system installed

  • Vivid trim scheme with environmentally friendly water-based paint

Needed to Complete

  • Full-range 6+ channel transmitter and receiver

  • 4400mAh 6S 22.2V 45+C LiPo battery with EC5™ connector

  • LiPo battery charger

What’s in the box?

  • (1) FMS BAE Hawk Red Arrow 80mm EDF PNP

  • (1) 3270-size, 1930Kv brushless motor

  • (1) 100A ESC

  • (1) 80mm 12-blade EDF system

  • (8) 13g Analog Metal Gear Servos

(1) User Manual                                                                                                                    

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