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Microaces Fokker E.V. Jasta 6 Kit



Flown by Leutnant Emil Rolff 1918

The first Fokker E.Vs were allocated to Jasta 6 in late July of 1918. Rolff was the first pilot to score a victory in the type on August 17th but sadly was killed two days later when the wing of his Fokker collapsed in flight. This was thought to be down to a design or manufacturing problem that plagued the early E.V. aircraft. In fact, to assuage concern, after the E.V wing issue was resolved, the aircraft was re-designated the Fokker D.VIII.

History in the Making

In early 1918 Fokker produced the Fokker E.V parasol winged monoplane. Even though production versions employed the obsolete Oberursel Ur.II rotary engine, the aircraft's low drag and light weight meant it was nevertheless fast compared to its rivals.

Microaces love of aviation history ensures that the aircraft we reproduce as kits look fantastic on static display as well as in the air.

The Microaces 'Flying Razor' comes complete with a vac-formed cowl and a spinning Oberursel Ur.II dummy rotary engine kit, that adds an incredible level of mechanical detail to this astounding model.  

The model also employs a linked aileron and rudder control system operating from a single servo. This ensures that the kit retains its distinct flat 'razor like' wing.

The model also employs a linked aileron and rudder control system operating from a single servo. This ensures that the kit retains its distinct flat 'razor like' wing.

The dummy rotary engine requires an elongated prop shaft for your PKZ3624 motor/gearbox or use a 'rotary ready' Microaces Motor/Gearbox.

Parkzone/Microaces Flight PackParkzone/Microaces Flight Pack is recommended for a complete electronics solution.


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 E.V (D.VIII) Model

Airframe 1/24th scale
Controls Linked Aileron & Rudder, Elevator, Throttle
Length 248mm / 9.76"
Wingspan 366mm / 14.4"
Wing Area 2.34 sq dm / 36 sq in.
Flying Weight. 29 - 31g/1.0 - 1.1oz
Wing Load ~12.8 g/sq.dm / 4.19 oz/sq.ft.
Parkzone PKZ3351, PKZ3352, PKZUA1151 or Spektrum AR6400/AR6410 
(N.B. Tx mix or mode 4 required to use AR6400/AR6410 for rudder/aileron)
Rec. Motor / G.Box

Microaces Micro Motor & Gearbox with LONG propshaft

or Parkzone PKZ3624 (P-51 Motor/Gearbox) with extended prop shaft

Rec. Prop GWS 4040, 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


Kit Content

SHEET PARTS 2mm laser cut Depron Airframe sheet
1mm printed & laser cut Depron sheet
200 micron printed & laser cut polypropylene sheet
polyester sticker sheet
0.8mm plywood parts sheet
LOOSE PARTS Two 30mm Ø neoprene rubber tires
Vacuum formed scale cowl
3D Printed aileron boss x 2
10mm brass sleeve for rotary engine 
Two 4mm Ø noedymium magnets
100mm x 6mm Ø plastic tube
200mm x 5mm Ø plastic tube
1mm x 0.4mm carbon fibre strip
1mm Ø carbon fibre rod
Rigging & control wire
Profile pilot figure
pre-shaped piano wire elevator & rudder/aileron control rods

Spares & Accessories

For building and finishing your Microaces Aero Kit see our Spares & Accessories page


Assembly Guide

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