The Zero was a shock to Allied fighter pilots when first encountered in the early days of the Pacific war, dominating the skys with its speed, lightweight design and heavy armament. The Zero proved lethal in a dogfight until it was eventually overcome by superior new fighters and a change of tactics used by allied fighter pilots. This great looking Parkfly model captures the spirit of the zero with its scale outline and pre-applied matt paint. A powerful pre-fitted brushless motor offers fighter like flight performance and the pre-fitted servos handle the Zero like tight turns. You have the option of fixed under-carriage or hand launch, and being a Plug N Fly, around an hour or so is all you need before you are patroling the skys looking for that next dogfight.
Sou novo por aqui e gostaria de saber se algué*m pode me ajudar...
Qual modelo RX-TX (com preç*o bom) posso utilizar?
E a bateria, posso substituir por uma com que ofereç*a maior tempo? Nesse caso, qual seria a ideal?
Hi George, not sur eif this applies to you, but if you don't already have a radio system, I was advised to educate and buy as decent as a radio as you can. Now I didn't listen to wealth of knowledge and before I realized I do want a better radio, I had purchased 3 ready to fly models and not one of them was worth a dime, but i sure did pay for them, just paying forward what I consider good to know info. I ordered this one last week when there was two left, can't wait to get it, I will post a rteview on how it is, Cheers from Canada
hi sandra its standard prices when you add to cart it will tell you there how much it will all cost and combine the radio and it will total it all up for you if you buy from all the same warehouse,only prices are more from diffrent warehouse so will be more
I received with the cover off, customer service seems to me turned round and asked me and ask for more pictures!
no information about the balance!
he can not fly with lipo 2S!
can be fly with 3S!
I regret this purchase and the way the support takes my comments.
It is sorry you regret you purchase. This plane it a hard one to master. You can find it on other web site. I found with mine balance was very important. I need a 11.1v 900 Lipo. I find if you trim it and reduce movement of ailerons to about less than 5mm deflection. As I said it is hard to fly but get it right it then looks cool in the sky.
I had this model now deceased but it was one of the best fun planes I have ever flown-fast and very aerobatic. I ran a HK 2810/1400kv bell motor with a 3s 1300 battery. I flew that plane hard for atleast 2 years. So much fun. Currently fly PA extra260 and a Kyosho spit 50. The zero does not look as impressive as either of these models but it a thrill to fly Cheers Billie Boy Blue mountains Aus
I forgot to mention the I ran an 8x6 prop. As far as CG is concerned It was never measured but determined in practice . I removed the wheels and hand launched over very long grass and found that it flew best with the 1300 battery inserted about 3/4 of its lenght into the space allowed for it in the cockpit. Because I never used wheels I removed the rudder servo and glued the rudder straight. It was a dream to hand launch. Its only problem was the towerpro motor bent shafts so easily but I got pretty good at reversing them and sometimes even straightening them and reusing. I think I foound you could even cut off the bent bit and reuse. A small 80g motor of similar spec with a 4mm shaft would be much better. Of course if you leave the wheels on it my not be a problem but I like the clean look in the air. I think I will buy a ARF and fit it out sooooooo cheap for so much fun
Cheers Blue Mountains Bill Sydney Aus
This is a fantastic model!!!! I ran a tower pro bell motor of 1400kv with a 8x6 prop with a 1300mah bat. So responsive loved it for about 2yrs the destroyed it...........radio malfunct. a servo reversal on hand launch.....spectrum........no reason........just happened.....launched pulled up she went down......splat destroyed. Yep ailerons are held on with a strip of licorice but in all that time i had no probs. I fly precision aerobatics extra 260 Kyosho 50 spit etc but that little zero was my fav.
Blue Mountains Billie
This is identical to the GWS Zero by the looks of it i had two GWS zero's and the ailerons are way to long and a real handfull to fly! I cut the ailerons in two and ran a servo for each and just hot glued the
other half of the aileron in place made a hell of a difference to its handling...
lose wheels and Replace cowling with a similare size soft pastic container and provided you have plenty of hours on WW2 warbird this will be fantastic fun. entirely nutral with no forgiving stability what so ever this is an awsome plane
I have one similar...its EPO!!!! I know because they coming from same factory. Mine is Tian Sheng,s...same size and same aileron design with this. Except this one better finishing. Mine have problem which quite tail heavy but its easy to fly if perfectly setup.
It actually depend who manufacture it.Maybe the GWS is EPS but mine is Tian Sheng's which is same like this. Its EPO. EPO because I already have this. I just dont see description but I actually own one and flew it. Crash 8 times,. He is not stable. I cut the long aileron and add 2 servos to the wing because the long aileron make plane super sensitive. Cowling made of plastic, the weakest part. You can replace with coke 1.5 plastic bottle.
This is the Guanli EPS Zero. It is not EPO but looks and fly well. You will need lots of weight in the nose to get the CG correct. the suggested 2S will still leave it tail heavy, It will fly on 3S Use a big heavy battery that will squeez in the nose and add some weights in the cowl. Have fun.
i have GWS Zero and the foam mold looks identical in shape and design. Cockpit velcro is the same. Even the wing mount looks very similar. The captive nut in the trailing edge part of the wing mount looks like its been strengthened though (weak spot in the GWS one)
Any one know where the CG points are? It's not written in my manual anywhere.
Muy contento con el envío, el paquete llegó bien y sin desperfectos a España. El modelo, Zero Brushless, entero y sin desperfectos. La calidad-precio está bien, tiene pequeños fallos sin importancia pero de todos modos contento con el modelo. El único "pero" es que el cono de la hélice llegó un poco deformado, pero se puede arreglar aplicando calor.
Estoy ansioso por volarlo.