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FMS 1400mm P-40B Flying Tiger RC Warbird PNP
FMS 1400mm P-40B Flying Tiger RC Warbird PNP

FMS 1400mm P-40B Flying Tiger RC Warbird PNP

Your Price: $309.00
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Part Number:FMS081P

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Extra Propeller x 1 [+$7.50]
MC6 Radio Set (Mode 1) x 1 [+$35.00]
MC6 Radio Set (Mode 2) x 1 [+$35.00]
NX3 Flight Control x 1 [+$21.00]
C4 Battery Charger x 1 [+$8.00]
PorcupineRC Starter Kit x 1 [+$10.00]


Overall Length1192mm/46.9 in
Flying Weightapprox 2500g/5.5lbs
Motor SizeBrushless 4258-kv650
ESC70A with 5a SBEC
Servo17g Digital Metal Gear x6, 9g Digital Metal gear x 1
Radio6 Channel
CG (center of gravity)50-55mm (from leading edge)
Prop Size14*8, 3 Blade
Recommended BatteryLi-Po 14.8V 3300mAh 35C
Approx. Flying Duration6 minutes
Minimum Age Recommendation14+
Experience LevelIntermediate
Recommended EnvironmentOutdoor
Assembly Time1 hour
Is Assembly RequiredYes
MaterialDurable EPO
Package OptionsPNP
RequiresPNP requires Radio System, Battery and Charger


1 x 14.8V 3300mAh 30C Li-Poly Battery Click Here
1 x 6CH Radio System Click Here
1 x Charger Click Here

Warning: Receiver compatibility issue.
It has been known that FMS slow flap servos don't work with receivers with PWM output frequency lower than 50Hz. One of the receivers we know with compatibility issue is Frsky receivers. 
If you are using FUTABA radio, please use original FUTABA receivers or PowerUP receivers which can be found in PorcupineRC store.
5 Stars
My 1400mm FMS P40B arrived in excellent condition from PorcupineRC. The model went together so easily and the scale detail was accurate. The retracts worked a treat. At this stage, I have only flown this model on one occasion and once airborne, very little trim was required. The plane looks great in the air and grooves along at a nice pace. I used a 3700 lipo and the centre of gravity was spot on. My only concern at this stage is that the flaps on full rotation are making a bit of noise which I will have to investigate. Besides that minor issue, a great plane which looks like the real thing in the air. Thoroughly recommended for somebody who has several warbirds under their belt. Not suitable for a novice looking to purchase their first model.
Reviewed by:  from Australia. on 12/8/2016

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