Scale flying model of Messerschmitt Me-163 “Komet” rocket fighter of II WW. The Komet is a legend in itself. It was the first rocket fighter plane actually used in the war, against Allied bombers.
This scale model is radio controlled, propelled by a rocket motor and can take-off horizontally. After burnout it glides back under radio control.
This product is no longer in stock
Few items in stock
Availability date: 0000-00-00
The kit is entirely made of strong styrofoam and consists of a few parts to glued together. Everything is included in the kit (radio control must be purchased separately): fuselage, canopy, wings, spars, belly and tail skids, pushrods, control clevises. The wing has built-in recesses to accomodate two micro-servos, and servo wires routing. Control hinges are prebuilt into the wings, so the assembly is fast and straightforward.
Aluminum motor mount, pushrods and small parts are included.
Does not include RC components such as receivers, servos and battery, glue, paint, stickers, engines and launching pad.
Remote Control requirements:
Transmitter with delta mixing function, receiving system with two micro-servos.