VMAR Dornier DO335 Pfeil EP ARF Kit - Updated Wings (48" Wingspan)

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VMAR Dornier DO335 Pfeil - Twin Engine Terror.As the second world war drew to a close, an ominous fighter rose into the skies above, bringing forth devastating performance and capability...
Vendor: VMAR
SKU: VDO335

Regular price $119.99

VMAR Dornier DO335 Pfeil - Twin Engine Terror.

As the second world war drew to a close, an ominous fighter rose into the skies above, bringing forth devastating performance and capability into the war torn skies over Europe. Designed to decimate the allied forces with terrorizing levels of speed, Nazi controlled Germany summoned the last vestiges of the Luftwaffe, with a radical twin engine design that far surpassed conventional aircraft of the day.

Utilizing a stunning inline twin engine layout, the DO335 was ground breaking in every form, and was only surpassed in speed by the jet powered ME-262. Radical in form, the DO335 was a terrifying glimpse into the dying days of WW2 - an aircraft capable of shifting the balance of power with unmatched speed, power & performance.

Dutifully inspired by this incredible WW2 machine, VMAR brings the DO335 into scale model form, offering detail and capability that is menacingly paired with the potential of its full scale counterpart. With the unmistakable twin motor push / pull inline layout, the DO335 incorporates the same swept wing design of its predecessor, with Luftwaffe livery that draws this aircraft back to life in WW2 glory.

Utilizing (2) 450W brushless motors, the inline twin motors allow counter rotating capability, eliminating induced torque roll that is common with typical single engine aircraft. This added efficiency translates into epic levels of unbridled speed, with 900W of twin fury clawing at the skies above.

Easy to assemble in ARF form, the Dornier DO335 comes pre-covered in Polycote ECS covering, with a no glue assembly process that equates to a build time of a few short hours. Incorporating a two piece wing for the ultimate ease in transport and storage, the wings are easily attached via basic wing nuts, providing a secure and simplified wing joint for rapid assembly at the field.

Feature packed with excellent flight capability, the DO335 adds optional flaps to expand the flight envelope, paying dividends with low speed landing approaches. Utilizing (4) to (6) micro servos, the DO335 can be built in low cost form, featuring a fixed tricycle landing gear that offers nose steering capability for ease of ground handling & taxi.

Take to the skies with the fearsome VMAR Dornier DO335 Pfeil, and prepare to experience epic twin brushless performance. Emulating its true scale design, the DO335 is ready and waiting for intense levels of speed, coalesced with the unmistakable Luftwaffe livery that terrorized the European skies in the fading light of WW2.



Features:

True Scale Twin Inline Motor Layout
Optimized for (2) 450W Brushless Motors
Incredible Power & Performance
Optional Flaps for Controlled Low Speed Flight
One Servo Per Aileron for Maximum Precision & Control
Dual Wing Design for Ease of Transport & Storage
Steerable Nose Gear for Ease of Ground Handling
Vivid Luftwaffe Livery with Pre-Applied Polycote ECS
No Glue, Bolt Together ARF Build Process
High Strength Balsa / Ply Construction
Pre-Installed Control Rods for Rapid Assembly

Required for Flight:

(1) 4+  / 5+ Channel Transmitter
(1) Receiver
(2) Brushless Motors
(2) ESC's
(4) - (6) Micro Servos
(1) LiPo Battery
(2) Propellers Matched to Motors

Included:

(1) VMAR Dornier DO335 Pfeil
(1) Landing Gear & Wheels
 (1) Instruction Manual

Specifications:

Wingspan: 48" (1240mm)
Wing Area: 400 sq. in. (24 Dm2)
Weight: 2.5 lbs. (1150g)
Length: 37" (950mm)
Transmitter: 4+ / 5+ Channel
Servos: (4) - (6) Micro Servos (6 servos for optional flaps)
Electric Power: (2) 300W - 450W Brushless Motors

Warranty Details:

All VMAR kits are trial fit at the factory and inspected to be free from defects & flaws in both material and craftsmanship at date of purchase. Warranty does not cover any components or parts damaged by use or modification. The pilot takes full responsibility for inspection of aircraft before and after each flight, making sure the aircraft is in flight worthy condition relating to safe control of aircraft. Warranty does not cover crash damage or failure of ancillary components unrelated to the aircraft.