The “Old Guys” here will recognize these…Al Redick, Supe Hoisington, Dick Harrison, Jim Maloney and, of course, Steve Hinton. We just got the plane in from Fullerton. From D-Day to the Battle of the Bulge, through reconnaissance missions and combat, fighting flying bombs and Me 262 Stormbird jets, P-51 Mustang pilots saw it all during World War II.
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 air-frame features a removable 2 piece wing that is simplistic in attachment and connection.
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.
Spec: Wingspan: 1700mm/66.9in Overall Length: 1,480mm/52.2in Flying Weight: Around 4080g Motor Size:5060 KV360 ESC: 85A Servo: 3*9g analog,1*17g metal digital, 6*25g metal Radio: 6 Channel(Not Included) CG (center of gravity): 120mm(From Leading Edge) Prop Size: 17 x 9 in 4 blade Recommended Battery: Li-Po 22.2V 3300-4000 mAh 25C(Not Included) Aileron: Yes Elevator: Yes Rudder: Yes Flaps: Yes Retracts: Yes, 3pcs(main and rear landing gear) Approx. Flying Duration: 6 minutes Minimum Age Recommendation: 14+ Experience Level :Intermediate Assembly Time: 1.5 hour Material: Druable EPO Foam Package Options: PNP(not include Radio, Receiver, Battery and Charger)