Super scale details including forward, top and side gun turrets with clear canopies
Includes Pilot and Co-Pilot
Dual 3 blade propellers
Main landing gear and nose gear use worm drive electronic, servoless retracts with sequential retract doors
Bright LED navigation lights
Detachable main wings allow for easy transportation
Words of Wisdom - B-25 Mitchell
There is nothing finer in this hobby than the sound of Multi engines and the Mitchell sure fills the bill. Taxi out on to the active, apply power slowly and enjoy the crowd pleasing take off. Retract the gear and make some slow passes with full power climb out at the end of the field. Keep some power on when landing and you should be able to set down in a perfect mains landing.
The North American B-25 Mitchell, a twin-engine bomber that became standard equipment for the Allied air forces in World War II, was perhaps the most versatile aircraft of the war. It became the most heavily armed airplane in the world, was used for high- and low-level bombing, strafing, photoreconnaissance, submarine patrol, and even as a fighter. The B-25 was distinguished as the aircraft that completed the historic raid over Tokyo in 1942.
This FMS model replicates the B-25D, which featured upgraded supercharged radial engines and increased armament and first flew in January 1942. This is a highly detailed and feature-rich model which includes 2 painted pilots, 11 machine guns, high-power LED navigational lights, worm drive retracts with gear door sequence controller.
The model’s steerable nose wheel makes taxiing, ground handling and taking off easy. Once it’s in the air, the B-25’s optimized control surfaces couple with light-wing loading and tremendous power to make this a winning package. In short, it’s a twin-powered “flight line stopper for the masses.”
Confidence-inspiring flight predictability will enable any budding “twin enthusiastic” pilot to push the flight envelope and wring this aircraft out. The FMS B-25 is a walk in the park to bring back down for a beautiful scale landing, all this without the use of flaps.