Known as the “Hayabusa” (Peregrine Falcon) this aircraft held the reporting name “Oscar” to Allied pilots. Like the Mitsubishi-produced A6M Zero, the radial-engined Ki-43 was light and easy to fly and became legendary for its combat performance in East Asia in the early years of the war.
Jerry Bates' latest release for the Nakajima Ki-43II Oscar is available as a Parts Set including laser cut balsa and plwyood parts, such as formers, bulkheads, wing ribs, fuselage struture, dihedral braces, stabiliser and fin/rudder parts and ribs, flying surface cores. Start buidling the airframe without hours of tedious cutting. Roll out the plan and get on!
Scale: 1:5, Wingspan: 85.35” Length: 70.28”, Weight: 24 lbs.Power: 33-45cc GasWing Area: 1327 sq. in.
Plan available from Fighteraces - click here.