The North American P-51 Mustang was, without a doubt, one of the most famous World War II P-51 fighter aircraft. As a symbol of Allied air power, this single seater aircraft was fitted with the legendary Merlin engine- giving it unmatched range and airspeed. Protecting bombers on extended missions, these aircraft were a welcomed sight for the bomber crews.
Arrows has faithfully replicated the P-51- from riveted panels, machine guns, engine exhaust pipes and retractable landing gear. Arrows also spent great engineering effort with the airframe, the glue-less construction makes getting the aircraft ready for flight an extremely simple process, while the 40A ESC, 3536 850kV power system gives the P-51 incredible performance. Ready for any scale maneuvers, the Arrows P51 is your key to becoming the ace at your field!
This is an EXCELLENT electric warbird. Size is perfect for travel and big enough for awesome performance. The lines of the P-51 are right on and the attention to detail is accurate.
This plane is an excellent value especially with retracts and flaps.
I also have the F8F Bearcat which shares the same excellent quality. The Bearcat will easily take a 4s battery and becomes quite the speedster.
Great plane. Excellent performance, appearance and quality. Very good features at a reasonable price point. Retracts and flaps are excellent. 1100mm is easy to transport . Love this plane as well as the other Arrows warbirds.
Wanted a P-51 with retracts, so i bought this one when it was on sale. (159.99) that's a good price for this plane.( I think 199 is too much.) So my plane showed up quickly like always from HZ and I was very happy to open the box and see how nice the plane is packed in. The little Styrofoam bridge wedges that held in the fuselage and wing are a nice touch. Removing the plane I noticed how nice the paint looked and how well all the decals were applied. Very happy. The plane goes together very easily (a couple of screws) and boom your done. Have not had a chance to fly it yet (weather permitting) but looking forward to getting it up in the air. I will say the one thing I'm not liking about the plane is the exposed servo on the fuselage for the elevator. I prefer the servos to be inside the fuselage with push rods coming out. (I like the scale look more). Maybe I'm just picky. But all in all this is a great looking plane, easy and quick to build and did I say how good it looks. I will definitely buy another one (at the sale price) just to have a spare. So should you.
Nice plan, flies great. Watch pilot Ryan’s build Video. Only gripe is no props available.
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