Henschel was a German locomotive manufacturer. Soon after Hitler's rise to power, Henschel decided to start designing aircraft, one of the first being the Hs 123. The aircraft was designed to meet the 1933 dive bomber requirements for the reborn Luftwaffe. The Hs 123 was intended to replace the Heinkel He 50 biplane reconnaissance and dive bomber as well as acting as a "stop-gap" measure until the Junkers Ju 87 became available.
Bring history home today, look at this magic warbird!, FMS keep raising the bar , and to be honest this one hits the top. Magic performance straight out of the box, perfect for Grass strips, and easily one of the most stable warbirds you could ever wish to pilot. It's Motor/ESC combo will drive this bird to limitless verticle climb, and it 2 servo function flap system will bring her down like a feather. In the air the HS123 flat-bottom airfoils and light wing loading translate into exceptionally scale-like flight characteristics that everyone from intermediate to advanced pilots will instantly fall in love with. Scale mixed with Foam has never looked better, re-live the great battles of the world with
|Flying Weight||Around 1,240g|
|Motor Size||3536-KV850 Powerful Out Runner Brushless Motor|
|ESC||40A Brushless ESC|
|Servo||9g Servo x 6|
|CG (center of gravity)||65mm (From Leading Edge Upper Wing)|
|Prop Size||11*7 2 Blade Propeller With Spinner|
|Recommended Battery||Li-Po 11.1V 2200 mAh|
|Approx. Flying Duration||6 minutes|
|Minimum Age Recommendation||14+|
|Assembly Time||1 hour|
|Is Assembly Required||Yes|
|Requires||PNP Requires Radio System, Battery and Charger|
the HS123 from FMS.