Microaces Fokker D.VII 'Jasta 19' Kit
Designed for 4 Channel Radio Control
Using the NEW Microaces All-in-One (AIO) 5 Channel receiver plus one Aileron Servo, this wonderful new kit from Microaces can be flown with ailerons, rudder, elevator and throttle.
Using the standard push rod control for rudder & elevator plus an extra linear servo coupled to a closed loop pull-pull mechanism for aileron control, this aircraft can be flown like the real thing: More aerobatic, more scale realism (no dihedral in the wings on this model) and more captivating than ever.
Flown by Leutnant Wilhelm Leusch, Jasta 19, 1918
The model represents the Fokker D.VII flown by Wilhelm Leusch, distinguished by the image of a white dragon on both sides of the fuselage. Leusch was made commander of Jasta 19 in October 1918 and scored 5 victories.
Royal Prussian Jagdstaffel 19 was formed on 25th October 1916, and was designated a 'Hunting Group'. The new Jasta drew first blood on 6 April the following year. On 2 February 1918, Jasta 19 was detailed into Jagdgeschwader II along with Jasta 12, Jasta 13, and Jasta 15. The unit would score 92 verified aerial victories, including ten wins over enemy observation balloons.
History in the Making
Our love of aviation history ensures that the aircraft we choose to reproduce as kits not only look fantastic on static display and in the air, but they also carry a depth of history that can be explored. Although introduced in the later stages of WWI, the Fokker D.VII was a seriously formidable combat aircraft. Designed through the lessons of its predecessors it was comparitively stable, fast and maneuverable and was quickly liked by the pilots who flew it.
Electronics Packs for the 4 Channel Fokker D.VII
Use the NEW Microaces AIO 5 Channel receiver plus a single linear servo for aileron control. Find out more HERE.
NOTE: You can select to purchase the kit with the NEW flight pack on this product page. This includes the receiver, aileron servo, motor/gearbox and prop + adapter.
3D Printed Pilots
A fantastic enhancement to the kit, that really upgrades the level of realism is a 3 dimensional pilot. Add one to your order for the ultimate 'finishing touch'!
Aero Fokker D.VII Model
|Controls||Ailerons, Rudder, Elevator, Throttle|
|Length||295mm / 11.5"|
|Wingspan||368mm / 14.5"|
|Wing Area||3.95 sq dm / 61 sq in.|
|Flying Weight.||37 - 41g/1.3 - 1.5oz|
|Wing Load||~9.5 g/sq.dm / 3.1 oz/sq.ft.|
|Microaces AIO 5 Channel Receiver (Spektrum or Futaba)|
|Rec. Motor / G.Box||Microaces Short Shaft Motor/Gearbox|
|Rec. Prop||GWS 4530|
|Skill Level - Build||Intermediate|
|Skill Level - Pilot||Intermediate|
|Tools required||Scalpel, 180 Grit sandpaper or stick, straight edge, tweezers|
|Rec. Adhesive||UHU por / Foam safe CA / Aliphatic glue|
|SHEET PARTS||2mm laser cut Depron Airframe sheet|
|1mm printed & laser cut Depron fuselage sheet|
|1mm printed & laser cut Depron flight surfaces sheet|
|200 micron printed & laser cut polypropylene sheet|
|polyester sticker sheet|
|0.8mm laser cut plywood parts|
|LOOSE PARTS||3D printed aileron control boss x 2|
|Two 30mm Ø neoprene rubber tires|
|Six 3mm Ø noedymium magnets|
|100mm x 6mm Ø plastic tube|
|1mm x 0.4mm carbon fibre strip|
|1mm Ø carbon fibre rod|
|pre-shaped piano wire elevator & rudder control rods|
|1500mm of control/rigging wire|
Spares & Accessories
For building and finishing your Microaces Aero Kit see our Spares & Accessories page
The 4 Channel Fokker is supported with the 3 Channel Assembly Guide plus an Addendum to the guide. Download both guides and read carefully to get the best results from your build!