FMS F-16 Fighting Falcon 64mm Jet PNP (Thunderbird)


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Pre-order: Pay 10% now - The F-16 "Fighting Falcon" is an American single-engine supersonic multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin) as part of the U.S. military's "Lightweight Fighter" program.

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Availability date: 2024-06-26

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Data sheet

Type of kit: PNP
Wingspan (mm): 712mm / 28 in
Length (mm): 1090mm / 42.9 in
Flying weight (gr) ~ 1070g
Wing Surface Area: 15.8 dm² / 244.7
Wing Loading: 68 g/dm² / 0.14oz/in²
CG (Center of Gravity) Check manual
Servos 9g x 6pcs
Servo type: Digital
EDF Diameter Class (mm): 64
Blades: 12
Power System 2840-3150KV
Electronic Speed Control 40A
Battery Capacity (mAh) 2.200 mAh, 2.600 mAh
Surfaces Ailerons, Rudder
Required Radio 6 channels minimum
Recommended pilot skill level Intermediate

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FMS F-16 Fighting Falcon 64mm Jet PNP (Thunderbird)

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Initially designed as an air superiority fighter, it was intended to complement the U.S. Air Force's
primary fighter, the F-15, and establish a high-low mix of capabilities.
After entering service, with several upgrades, it evolved into a multi-role fighter, categorized as a fourth-generation fighter aircraft.

The experience of FMS in making 64mm ducted fan aircraft dates back to ten years ago or even earlier. At that time, R&D engineers and professional pilots dedicated a significant amount of testing time to create 64mm F15, 64mm F16, 64mm F18, and 64mm F35 models, all of which dazzled in the skies at flying fields around the world. Fast forward to 2018, FMS responded to the desires of players and carried out a comprehensive upgrade for all 64mm ducted fan aircraft, from materials to structure. The 64mm ducted fan aircraft V2 became a phenomenal product in the field of small-sized ducted fan aircraft for beginners for a long time. Fast forward to 2023, FMS has embarked on a new journey, starting with 3D drawings and introducing an all-new 64mm F-16 with larger dimensions, sleeker contours, and more precise detailing, paying homage to this iconic and renowned multi-role fighter aircraft.

The newly molded 64mm F16 not only boasts larger dimensions, sleeker contours, and more precise detailing but also brings a substantial improvement in realism. The front landing gear components are CNC machined with plastic bracket, delivering a high level of realism and excellent shock absorption. The rear landing gear is made with plastic-wrapped steel wire, enhancing realism without compromising strength. Navigation lights have been added to the wings, tail, and air intake to enhance the ambiance during flight. They are meticulously designed to follow the real aircraft lighting effect, providing a more authentic appearance in low light conditions. In addition to the existing aileron, nose wheel steering, and elevator controls, rudder control has also been added, significantly improving the aircraft's maneuverability and enabling the faithful replication of most fighter jet maneuvers. The fuselage, wings, horizontal tail, and vertical tail all feature embedded reinforcement tubes to prevent bending or deformation during aggressive flight maneuvers.

The battlefield gray paint scheme and the Thunderbirds airshow paint scheme are available options. The battlefield gray paint scheme comes equipped with realistic fuel tanks and missiles and includes five sets of different stickers for players to choose from based on their individual preferences.

The F-16 comes equipped from the factory with a 64mm 11-blade ducted fan, a 2840-KV3150 motor, and a 40A ESC. It features 6x9g digital servos that accurately execute commands from the receiver, delivering excellent high-speed and low-speed stable flight performance to assist beginner ducted fan model aircraft players.


  • Electronic configuration: high-quality 40A ESC, high-power 2840-KV3150 motor, high-efficiency 64mm 11-blade ducted fan unit, high-precision digital servo.
  • Highly reproduced realistic details: cockpit details, panel lines, realistic antennas and airspeed head, front and rear landing gear set, navigation lights (wings, tail, air intakes), scaled fuel tanks and missiles (gray paint only), etc.
  • CNC-machined shock-absorbing front landing gear with plastic bracket, and scaled plastic-wrapped steel wire rear landing gear.
  • Buckle design latch prevents unexpected canopy release in flight.
  • Pre-installed, ball link control horns for precise control and more throw.
  • Durable EPO foam material and environmental-friendly water-based paint.
  • Two sets of paint schemes are available, Battlefield gray (with five sets of stickers) and Thunderbird.

Technical data

  • Wingspan: 712mm / 28 in
  • Length: 1090mm / 42.9 in
  • Flying weight: 1070g
  • Wing area: 15.8 dm² / 244.7
  • Wing loading: 68 g/dm² / 0.14oz/in²
  • CG: 75-85mm
  • Motor: 2840 KV3150
  • Impeller: 64mm Ducted Fan 12-blade
  • ESC: 40A with reverse thrust function
  • Battery: 14.8V 2200mAh-2600mAh 25c
  • Servos: 9g X 6pcs
  • Approx. Flying Duration: 3 minutes


  • A: Fuselage
  • B: Main wing set
  • C: Vertical stabilizer
  • D: Horizontal stabilizer
  • E: Cowl
  • F: Screw set(spacer*2,3*4x1,HKM3*10x10)
  • H: Ventral fins
  • I: Wing spar
  • J: Landing Gear

Required accessories

  • Recommended battery: 14.8V 2200mAh-2600mAh 25c
  • Compatible charger
  • Radio system : 6+CH

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    FMS F-16 Fighting Falcon 64mm Jet PNP (Thunderbird)

    FMS F-16 Fighting Falcon 64mm Jet PNP (Thunderbird)

    Pre-order: Pay 10% now - The F-16 "Fighting Falcon" is an American single-engine supersonic multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin) as part of the U.S. military's "Lightweight Fighter" program.

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