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The Freewing MiG-21's impressive 1730mm length puts the aircraft into a category of its own. Longer than most 90mm class Freewing jets but with the lower wing loading of the smaller 80mm class Freewing jets, the Freewing MiG-21 is the perfect balance between size, weight, performance, and cost. Its removable wings, horizontal stabilizer, and vertical stabilizer make transport very easy. Even the nose cone and pitot tube are removable! Freewing has recreated many scale details of the MiG-21 ?MF? variant, and the PNP version of the aircraft is powered by an 80mm 12-blade EDF and an all-new 3530-1800KV out-runner motor and 100A ESC. This power system?s thrust can sustain a 40 degree slow high alpha maneuver that is impossible with other jets in the 80mm and 90mm classes. Newly designed metal gear digital servos control the ailerons, flaps, elevators, and rudder, and an integrated circuit board simplifies wiring in the large battery bay. Magnetic fuel tanks and the iconic ?blisters? throughout the fuselage help complete the look and feel of the menacing MiG-21. Although an 80mm class aircraft, the Freewing MiG-21 features the larger retractable landing gear of a 90mm class aircraft. Durable aluminum trailing link struts and tall foam rubber wheels allow operation on short grass fields.
The Freewing MiG-21 is suitable for intermediate and advanced pilots with EDF flying experience. The model?s strong thrust and flaps shortens the takeoff distance to less than 100 feet. Optimized design allows the Freewing MiG-21 to fly stably at both fast and slow speeds. The delta wing and swept tail give the aircraft crisp responsiveness in high rates but gentle handling in low rate.
The battery bay is generously sized to fit a 6s battery from 4000mAh to 6000mAh in size. We recommend 6s 4000mAh 60c or 5000mAh 50c for optimal performance. The battery bay was also designed to accommodate an optional Freewing Gyro E51 or Hobby Eagle A3-L, sold separately, to further supplement the stable flying characteristics of the Freewing MiG-21. Execute the thrill of a 40 degree slow pass with ease!
Freewing presents its MiG-21 in two color schemes. The classic ?Soviet Silver? scheme includes decals from four countries inside the box to allow pilots to customize their model aircraft. A ?High Contrast? scheme is also available that features the blue/white/grey color scheme of the MiG-21-93 variant for enhanced visibility in the sky. Or, paint your own custom color scheme and share it with your fellow RC pilots on Hobbysquawk.com.
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