Ki-43 Oscar from hangar 9

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Designed for warbirds and club pilots alike, the new Hangar 9® Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar is an almost ready to fly 60cc giant scale World War II Japanese aircraft delivering an authentic warbird experience. Featuring scale details typically not found on other ARF aircraft, this incredible replica has outstanding flying characteristics that Hangar 9 warbirds are known for around the world. One of only two Hangar 9 giant scale warbirds with satin-finish printed covering, the Ki-43 Oscar also includes panel lines, rivets and weathering. Additionally, many scale details are incorporated such as 3D instrument panel, pilot bust, 5" scale wheels, and more. The two-piece plug-in wings with aluminum tube allows for easy transportation to the flying field and storage. Optional scale sprung main pneumatic retracts are available separately. Whether this is your first warbird, or the perfect counterpart for your collection, the Hangar 9® Ki-43 Oscar 50-60cc 88" ARF is the most unique model in our line of 50cc-60cc giant scale warbirds.

Features

  • Expertly constructed with lightweight, laser-cut balsa and plywood
  • Satin-finish printed covering includes rivets, panel lines and weathering
  • Two-piece plug-in wings with aluminum tube allows for easy transportation and storage
  • Fiberglass cowl features panel lines and internal screws for scale authenticity
  • Unpainted scale replica radial engine included
  • Heavy-duty aluminum shock-absorbing struts included
  • Scale shaped spinner included
  • Detailed cockpit includes a 3D instrument panel, expertly painted pilot bust, and more
  • Tool-free assembly makes getting in the air quicker
  • Scale-shaped split flaps deploy using internal linkages for an authentic appearance
  • Includes 2 easily removable scale wing drop tanks
  • Large top-hatch with two sprung latch system offers complete access to electronics and fuel system
  • Scale landing gear doors included
  • Includes 5" wheels with scale hubs
  • Sprung aluminum tail gear included
  • Easily accepts the optional Hangar 9 pneumatic scale main retracts (sold separately)
  • Designed to fit the Saito FG-90R3 3-cylinder engine and other popular 2-stroke gasoline engines

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Nakajima Ki-43


Nakajima Ki-43

The Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (隼, "Peregrine Falcon", "Army Type 1 Fighter" (一式戦闘機)) was a single-engine land-based tactical fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II.

The Allied reporting name was "Oscar", but it was often called the "Army Zero" by American pilots because it bore a certain resemblance to the Mitsubishi A6M Zero, the Imperial Japanese Navy's counterpart to the Ki-43. Both aircraft had generally similar layout and lines, and also used essentially the same Nakajima Sakae radial engine, with similar round cowlings and bubble-type canopies (the Oscar's being distinctly smaller and having much less framing than the A6M). While relatively easy for a trained eye to tell apart with the "finer" lines of the Ki-43's fuselage — especially towards the tail — and more tapered wing planform; in the heat of battle, given the brief glimpses and distraction of combat, Allied aviators frequently made mistakes in enemy aircraft identification in the heat of a dogfight, reportedly having fought "Zeros" in areas where there were no Navy fighters.

Like the Mitsubishi-produced A6M Zero, the radial-engined Ki-43 was light and easy to fly and became legendary for its combat performance in East Asia in the early years of the war. It could outmaneuver any opponent, but did not have armor or self-sealing tanks, and its armament was poor until its final version, which was produced as late as 1945. Allied pilots often reported that the nimble Ki-43s were difficult targets but burned easily or broke apart with few hits. In spite of its drawbacks, the Ki-43 shot down more Allied aircraft than any other Japanese fighter and almost all the JAAF's aces achieved most of their kills in it.

Total production amounted to 5,919 aircraft. Many of these were used during the last months of the war for kamikaze missions against the American fleet.



This article is an extract from the Wikipedia article "Nakajima Ki-43", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0

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Winspan: 2235mm (88 in)
Length: 1892mm (74.5 in)

Weight: 12700 g (28 lbs)
Airfoil Shape: Semi symmetrical
Approximate Flight Time: 10+ minutes on gasoline, 6 - 8 minutes with electric power
CG (Center of Gravity): 6" (152mm) at the leading edge (wings removed)
Charger: 6S LiPo compatible (sold separately)
Completion Level: Almost Ready-To-Fly
Control Throw (Flaps): 0.98-1.2" (25-30mm), Takeoff, 2.0-2.4" (50-60mm) Landing
Control Throw - High (Ailerons): 0.79" (20mm) Up, 0.59" (15mm) Down
Control Throw - High (Elevator): 0.51" (13mm) Up & Down
Control Throw - High (Rudder): 1.2" (30mm) Right & Left
Control Throw - Low (Ailerons): 0.59" (15mm) Up, 0.51" (13mm) Down
Control Throw - Low (Elevator): 0.39" (10mm) Up & Down
Control Throw - Low (Rudder): 1.9" (50mm) Right & Left
Engine Size: 3.7 cu in (60 cc)
Expo (Ailerons): 20%
Expo (Elevator): 20%
Expo (Rudder): 20%
Flying Weight: 24 - 28lbs (10.9 - 12.7kg)
Length: 74.5" (1892mm)
Minimum Required Radio: 8-channel
Minimum Speed Control: 120A ESC (sold separately)
Motor Size: Rimfire 65cc
Propeller Size: 22" - 24"
Recommended Motor Battery: Two 6S 7000mAh LiPo (sold separately)
Recommended Receiver Battery: One 2S 7.4V 4000mAh LiPo (sold separately)
Retracts: Required (sold separately)
Servos: Spektrum 6320HV
Spinner Size: 3-3/4" (95mm) diameter
Transmitter Range: Full
Trim Scheme Colors: Satin finish printed covering with panel lines, riveting and weathering
Wheel Diameter: 5" (127mm) scale
Wing Area: 1327 sq in (85.59 sq dm)
Wing Loading: 43.43 oz/sq ft (132.5 g/sq dm)
Wing Tube Length: 27-3/4" (705mm)
Wing Tube OD: 1-1/4" (32mm)

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