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Freewing first established the Twin 80mm class of EDF jets with its popular F-14 Tomcat and then the A-10 Warthog, and now we are proud to announce the Freewing MiG-29 Fulcrum! Represented in 1/9 scale, this large aircraft is 1878mm (74”) long with a 1257mm (50”) wingspan, powered by dual inrunner 80mm EDF power systems. The Mikoyan MiG-29 first entered service in 1981 and continues flying in the air forces of 26 countries in 2020.
Computer designed and hand crafted, each Freewing MiG-29 represents the highest level of engineering for a modern Plug-And-Play EDF jet in 2020. Constructed from EPO foam, carbon, wood, aluminum, and other materials, the Freewing MiG-29 is optimized for high performance and superb scale handling. Its wide 50” wingspan and lifting body design provides gentle flight characteristics and excellent directional stability. Large flaps and suspension landing gear give pilots confident operation on grass airfields. An accurate overall outline, scale ordnance on removable pylons, and articulating landing gear doors enhance the model’s scale fidelity. Twist-and-Turn main retracts provide improved aerodynamics, and screw-together assembly gets modelers into the air quickly!
The Freewing MiG-29’s uses our popular 80mm Inrunner power system that is proven across thousands of Freewing jets worldwide. Rapid acceleration, enhanced acrobatic envelope, and efficient energy consumption are key features of the Freewing MiG-29 Fulcrum. With high quality flight batteries, the MiG-29 can achieve airspeeds approaching 120mph/193kph in level flight!
To further set itself apart in your favorite EDF fleet, the Freewing MiG-29 arrives with a stunning five tone "Digital Thunder" camouflage livery in service with the Slovak Air Force.
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