If you’re looking for the most satisfying ultra micro Mustang experience available, this is your plane. For starters, it boasts a level of detail rarely seen in models of this size. Molded panel lines, clear canopy, gun and exhaust details, pilot figure, instrument panel details, 4-bladed prop—you get it all. Even the trim scheme is that of a full-scale Mustang that flew with the 334th Fighter Squadron during World War II.
In the air, its advanced AS3X® (Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) System will work behind the scenes to smooth out the effects of forces like P-factor, turbulence and torque. Instead of an ultra micro, you’ll feel like you’re at the controls of an expertly tuned, giant-scale model that flies like it’s on rails.
This is a excellent airplane. It flies very well in a breeze compared to other micros. The scale detail is the best I have ever seen on a plane this size. It is good enough to display. Although it may be tempting to you beginners, I would not recommend this as a first or even second plane. For the experienced pilot, buy one! You won't regret it.
This is a fun plane to fly once you get the hang of it. Not for beginners. I started with the Champ, and I could fly this plane after about 10 batteries of flying on the Champ. It looks sharp, but it’s not very durable. It is very easy to crush in the nose. I would recommend reinforcing the main body and wings with packing tape. It really helped the durability. This plane has good power and can perform most stunts.
I bought this plane, and it was fast. I flew it in my front yard. On the first flight, the glue around the motor melted, and the motor came dismounted. i glued it back, but the glue kept melting. The body is pretty durable, but if I bought it again, I would mount the motor to a wooden plate.
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