The looks of a P-51 in the air is hard to beat and pilots of all ages seem to appreciate the classic lines.
Unfortunately, most P-51 models have been somewhat difficult to fly for less experienced pilots? Until now.
The Parkzone P-51BL is a plane anyone with some aileron experience can fly with ease and many pilots with only aileron sim time have been able to fly this beauty with comparative ease. ? like it?rails? similar praise come from pilots everywhere. The plane has absolutely no bad habits.
I've been flying mine for over a year now and couldn't agree more with the consensus that this is one great plane.
The P-51BL comes in 3 versions: The RTF, BNF and airframe only pkg. versions, and amongst those versions, one offers the option most pilots are looking for in this segment. Options like: Take it out and fly, after charging the battery, with the RTF, bind it to a Spektrum DSM 2 Tx with the BNF, or build it ?way? the airframe pkg.
Regardless of which version a pilot may choose, he ends up with an easy plane to assemble, modify and repair.
Want a bit more? While the RTF & BNF versions have plenty to offer out of the box, many pilots add the rudder feature, landing gears, even retracts and flaps, up the ESC to a higher capacity unit and add performance props, and/or a larger motor and battery to increase performance and versatility.
A great feature: Parkzone?ged ?am can be repaired with many different adhesives including; hot glue, epoxy or Gorilla Glue and be back in the air with a minimum of down time.
Parts availability is excellent from Hobbyzone as is the advice and support from Parkzone?tributor
If you?oking for even more input: The RC forum P-51 threads, cover everything from the most basic to the most advanced questions pilots have about this plane.
In the final analysis: If you?oking for a plane that is high on performance and fun, low on cost and maintenance that will also satisfy your appetite for one of the world?atest warbirds, you?st found it in the Parkzone P-51BL.