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The first of the giant 1700 series of aircraft to arrive is the fabulous P51 'Ferocious Frankie' Mustang. It features unbelievable scale finishing and best of all requires minimal effort as its simple assembly will have you ready to take to the skies in just several hours.
The airframe features a removable 2 piece wing that is simplistic in attachment and connection, the new FMS 'multi-pin plugs' mean that the complex wiring is now just a single connection per wing and not the usual plate full of spaghetti normally seen in lesser airframes.
The cockpit is adorned with the full complement of dials and levers and the hand painted pilot finishes the effect. Upfront, the scale shape spinner and reinforced nylon four blade propeller really does give a purposeful look. As you would expect, the huge brushless out- runner motor is mated with a top quality ESC enabling stunning flight performance.
Metal gear servos handle all the control surfaces and are fast with great centering performance. The resulting flight performance gives a finesse unseen in a PNP in this class. Order the 1700 Series P51 Mustang and steel the limelight at your airfield.
Over twenty variants of the North American P-51 Mustang fighter were produced from 1940, when it first flew, to after the Second World War, some of which were employed also in the Korean War and in several other conflicts. Numerous examples of the aircraft survive to this day, often as warbirds or heavily modified air racers.
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Overall Length: 1480mm
Flying Weight: 4080g
Motor Size: Brushless 5060-KV300
ESC: 85A with 8A SBEC
Servo: 3 x 9g analog, 6 x 25g metal, 1x17g metal digital
Radio: 6 Channel (Aileron, Elevator, Rudder, Flaps, Retracts)
CG: 120mm (From Leading Edge)
Prop Size: 17*10
Recommended Battery: Li-Po 22.2V 3300-4000mAh 25C
Flying Duration: 6 min
Assembly Time: 1.5 hours
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