Bell P-39 "Cobra II" Racer
FMS has modified its design of the Bell P-39 into the Thompson Trophy racer, Cobra II. The 1946 race was won by Alvin "Tex" Johnston flying Cobra II. Being able to achieve a true airspeed of 420 MPH at sea level, it was unbeatable that day.
FMS has replicated Cobra II in its 980mm Series for those that want a truly different high speed aircraft to fly. If you love the warbird look and enjoy the excitement of heart-pounding speeds, this aircraft will satisfy both of your desires! With the stock 4 bladed prop, 3648 brushless Outrunner motor, 4 cell LiPo battery and 70A ESC, the Cobra II can obtain speeds of up to 100mph+.
Be ready to turn heads with the awesome 980mm Cobra II.
Wingspan980mm/38.6inOverall Length910mm/35.8 inFlying Weight1360g /47.9ozMotor SizeBrushless 3648-KV770ESC60A Servo2*9g slow digital ,5*9g metal digitalRadio6 ChannelCG (center of gravity)70-75mm (From Leading Edge)Prop Size10.5*7Recommended BatteryLi-Po 14.8V 2200-2600mAhAileronYesElevatorYesRudderYesFlapsYesRetractsYesApprox. Flying Duration5minMinimum Age Recommendation14+Experience LevelIntermediateAssembly Time30 minutes