Now you can literally assemble
your jet in a few hours. Our team has taken the
guesswork out of properly installing, rigging, labeling,
and plumbing the complex controls, pneumatic, and fuel
systems. Once you open the box, the simple tasks of
connecting servo wires to your receiver,
and finally mounting your turbine, can be accomplished
with minimum time and facilities. The fuselage comes in
one piece saving time.
The construction of this jet is very light and clean.
The servos installed in your F-16 are metal geared,
high-voltage, brushless servos. They feature excellent torque and
holding power with very low dead-band. Analysis of the
aircraft design and hundreds of flights from rough
grass and smooth runways by the BVM team, has shown that
this will be many jet guy's new weekend “fun” machine. We
are certainly enjoying ours.
Even though it's a Go Fly jet, BVM
prepared a 47 page manual that covers every task from
"Box to Flight Ready" that guarantees your success with
this true-to-scale replica of a modern jet fighter.
65.5” with Missile Rails
Capacity: 2.2 L
From: Sam Dimaio Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 7:19 PM To: Patty, Bob, Dustin Subject: F16
The new F16 arrived safe and sound on Monday
- all of the components were unpacked,
inspected and were found to be in perfect
condition. I admit to being a bit concerned
about the possibility of shipping damage.
However, the care in the way BVM prepared
the components and especially the use of the
plywood sheets to reinforce the container
showed an extraordinary amount of
preparation. It would take alot of effort to
damage this container and its contents.
By the way, the fit, finish and completeness
of the F16 is phenomenal.
AUG/SEPT 2014 ISSUE FEATURES:
An in depth,
six page article by Sean McHale fully describes
BVM's entry into the Jet Market.
If you have an
interest in an F-16, Sean's article will certainly
reinforce your decision to buy the BVM Falcon.
Sean McHale does it again!
Another glowing article about
This time it is
a 4 page feature article in the November 2014 issue
of Model Airplane News.
enthusiasm for this recent BVM offering must be
contagious. His articles have served to reinforce
numerous jet buyers' confidence in the product and
the company that sells and supports it. Sean offers
a few techniques that serve to enhance the 47 page
assembly and operations manual that BVM supplies.
Lights on, in the BVM showroom.
Wing Span: 65.5”
with Missile Rails
Weight: 30-31lbs Dry
Thrust: 140N Class
Fuel Capacity: 3.3L
Special Features Installed
Central Control Unit (CCU)
Landing Gear w/Trailing Link
Struts and Air System
Digital High Voltage Metal
Servo Extensions and Linkage
Navigation & Landing Lights
Doublewall Stainless Steel
BVM Air Fill Valve
Wheels and Brakes
BVM Air Gauge
Painted In Your Choice of
Available Schemes - Custom Schemes Available
BVM Servos Now Installed in
BVM servos (32kg)
are now installed in our F-16 1:6 scale
The NEW BVM Servos
offer a higher resolution than the previously installed servo's.
The 32kg are HV, Digital, and Brushless.
Made by a well known manufacture in Taiwan.
Only available with a
model purchase. Not available for individual sale.
You may have some of
these products in your shop, but if not, refer to this list.
1/6 scale pilot figure
Spektrum 12120 Power
● 2 x 7.4v Batteries
3000 mAh each.
● 140N engine of your choice.
● Demon Cortex Gyro
● Airpower Afterburner Ring – 110mm
● LED Light Controller 4 Channel
● Cortex USB PC Adapter
A Few Problems -
But, some owners
choose to use more power than the recommended 140 Neuton
engine, and sometimes hot shot pilots apply excessive
"G's". And then, some use the primary former Arch
as a "handle" to lift the model. Others just
after a real bad landing. Whatever the cause of
fracturing this stress carry through "Arch Brace" is, it
is easily made stronger with this option from BVM.
Time to change over
- about 15 minutes.
click on images to
*Color of tanks
and pylons will match the paint scheme of the
Complete Ordinance Set - painted $715.00
(includes - 2-Wing Tanks
w/Pylons, 1-Center Tank w/Pylon, 2-AIM-7 Sparrow w/Pylon,
2-AIM-120 AMRAAM w/Pylon, and 2-AIM-9 Sidewinder)
#K9000-42 Sidewinder set (2) - painted
Click Here to see the variety of 12" Tall Pilots that BVM has to
Custom paint schemes are available for up
to a $500.00 artwork, documentation and development fee.
There are many paint scheme options that
are not currently on our site. We are working diligently to update
the website with all the existing schemes. Please give us a call
if you have a scheme in mind to see if it is already in our
Thank you for your understanding and
Aggressor Green (Lizard)
Sand Soup Spinach
Grey 2-3 Tone
* Choose your tail markings,
complex markings are extra
images to enlarge
Thank you for producing such a wonderful
product. I am Proud to Fly BVM.
Flyin Ryan Robertson.
Ryan and Bob Violett at Kentucky Jets 2012
Ken Monblatt and Brian
Blois this past weekend. Ken's 1:6 F-16 is powered
by a KingTech 210 and guided with Spektrum. Brian's
1:5 F-16 has a SW 300.
From: Ed Martino
Sent: Monday, August 1, 2022 8:27 AM
To: Patty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: 1/6 F-16
Flew my new F-16 yesterday. Flies fantastic .
See the video of maiden flight
From: Sean Gallagher
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2022 1:06 AM
To: BVM Office
Subject: 2022 Jets Over Kentucky
Attached are a few photos from Jets Over Kentucky
held July 10-17, 2022, where over 120 pilots were
registered. Although I was only able to attend 3
days, I was able to log 17 flights between my two
The first is my BVM 1:6 scale F-16 powered by a
Swiwin 190 and controlled by a Futaba 16SZ and
The second is my HSD Jets F-16 in the new General
Dynamics scheme powered by a Swiwin 80 and
controlled by a Futaba 16SZ and Cortex Pro gyro
Yes, I do like F-16s. :-)
Until next event,
Joshua Bybee from Aurora, CO with his BVM
F-16 1:6 scale is very happy after his test flight this past
got the bird back into the air today for a good
re-maiden flight! Handled really well, just need a
few radio tweaks to match it to my flying style.
The landing wasn’t a perfect 10 but was probably
every bit of a 9 and right down the centerline.
Really looking forward to more nice days and more
Arvada Associated Modelers field, Colorado
F-16 1:6 Scale Addendums
Airframe Directive (A.D.)
And other helpful notes
Controller introduced July 2015. New Controller instructions
available upon request.
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