Zero 32 Kit
Our customers have been asking for larger WWII profile kits after all of the fun that they have had with the 24" FYF series, so this is the beginning of our answer!
The Zero 32 is inspired by the Dave Garwood Zero 24 design that we know and love, but scaled up to compete directly with the majority of the EPP 3D foamy market!
Large control throws and lots of power will let you relive the dogfights that were taking place over the Pacific during WWII. We are pretty sure there weren't any full-scale Zeros that could hover and do rolling harriers, but there is nothing stopping you from doing them with this model's full 3D capabilities!
The goal of the Front Yard Fighter Series is about having an indoor/outdoor flyer that can stand up to the punishment encountered during a normal flying session at your local venue while still having crisp flight control.
The profile of the model is that of the Mitsubishi A6M Zero, built in 1940. More information about the full-scale aircraft can be found here.
Built from a mix of 3mm and 9mm EPP foam for extreme durability as well as premium carbon rods and strips for stiffness, the Zero 32 weighs in at a scant 235g AUW with paint and landing gear! The light weight comes, in part, from a modest 3S brushless power system that provides more than 1:1 thrust to weight ratio, but isn't intimidating to even the newest of pilots!
- 32" Wingspan
- Lightweight and durable EPP and carbon construction
- 3S Brushless Power System
- 100W, ~24g Brushless Outrunner
- 300mAh - 460mAh LiPo
- Purchase our Front Yard Fighters Large Completion Kit that includes all of the required electronics to get your model in the air!
- Available in kit form only online, but Bind-and-Fly is available for local pickup and at selected events!
- Painted kits are available. (Note: Painted kits are made to order and have a 1-week lead time)
This kit includes all CNC-cut foam, laser-cut plywood parts, carbon spars, all required hardware for completion, and a full-color assembly and instruction manual. View the instruction manual here: Zero 32 Manual