After the end of World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union brought back aviation experts, data, and equipment from Germany to create their own jet fighter aircraft. The F-86 fighter jet, nicknamed “Sabre,” was a swept-wing jet fighter developed by the United States. It was the first-generation jet fighter in service with the U.S. Air Force, capable of air-to-air combat, aerial interception, and bombing missions. It was also the world’s first fighter aircraft equipped with air-to-air missiles and the first U.S. fighter aircraft with an ejection seat.
- Electronic configuration: 80mm 12-blade ducted fan, 3665-KV2000 brushless motor, high-performance 100A ESC, 8x 13g all-metal digital servos, 3x 9g semi-metal servos.
- Rich in dynamic and static realistic details, such as operable landing-gear doors, retractable CNC-machined landing gear set, movable airbrakes, navigation lights, landing lights, fuel tanks, scaled cockpit interior, etc.
- Antiqued cockpit interior and airbrakes.
- CNC-machined shock-absorbed full-metal landing gear set effectively countering hard landings.
- Pressing buckle design latch keeps intact surface and prevents unexpected canopy release in flight.
- Two-piece fuselage structure reducing packaging size by thirty percent.
- Realistic water-based paint finish, offering a high-quality appearance.
Wingspan: 1220mm /48 in
Overall Length: 1165mm/46in
Flying Weight: Around 3050g
Motor Size: 3665 KV2000
Servo: 13g x 8pcs
Servo: 9g x 3pcs
Radio: 6 Channel
CG (center of gravity): 180-190mm
Prop Size: 80 x 12
Recommended Battery: 22.2V 4000mAh-5000mAh 45c
Approx. Flying Duration: 3 minutes
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14+
Assembly Time: 10minutes
Wing Load: 95.3g/dm² (0.18oz/in²)
Wing Area: 32dm² (495.8 sq.in)