Messerschmitt ME-109 (also known as BF-109) is the most famous warbird of the Germany's air force during the II World War participating in all war theatres in Europe, in North Africa and in Russia.
It was considered as the best enemy of several opposing air forces such as the RAF's Spitfire, the USAF's P-51D Mustang.
Together with other VQ's models such as the Soviet's MIG3, the Italian Macchi-205 Veltro, the USAF's P-51 B, C and D Mustang and the Japanese A6M5 Zero, this newest Messerschmitt ME-109 almost completes the entire collection of the II World War's warbirds.
- Wingspan: 60.6in (1540mm)
- Fuselage Length: 44.0in (1120mm)
- Weight (Ready to fly): ~ 2.7kg - 2.9kg (~ 6.0 - 6.4lbs)
- Engine: .40 - .46 (2 stroke)/ .70 (4 stroke)
- Radio: Minimum 5 channels with 5 (4 servos for electric) servos
- Electric Motor: 3548/05 900kV Motor
- Battery: Li-Po Battery, 5 cell, 4500mAh
Required Hardware (Not Supplied)
Transmitter, Engine / Motor & ESC, Propeller, 4(5 for IC) x Servos, Battery, Extension Leads, Glue, Tools and Silicone Fuel Line (For GP).