Your RC warbird hanger is not complete until you have a North American P-51 Mustang or Stang in your collection. The best fighter of WW2 had everything a fighter ace wanted, Fast, maneuverable, latest design with long endurance. When the Mustang came into service there was nothing the enemy had that could compete with this true classic of aviation.
H-King's Mustang has a 1200mm or 47" wingspan, composite highly detailed fuselage and wings, "Blue nose bastards of Bodney" color scheme complete with invasion stripes this P-51D Mustang will turn you into an RC ace in no time.
Almost ready to fly, all you need is a motor, ESC, servos, building tools, glues, battery, receiver, transmitter and a few hours to get you airborne. Electronic retracts and a full hardware package is supplied giving you a complete ARF with fantastic warbird lines.
Flying the Mustang will put a smile on your dial, Fast low passes with big loops and rolls are what flying a P-51 is all about, Slow speed flight and ground handling is a breeze.
Build, own and be proud of the "Cadillac of the sky".
• Composite airframe
• Historically correct Blue Nose Bastards of Bodney color scheme
• Classic warbird design
• Almost ready to fly RC model
• Electronic retracts supplied
• Full hardware package supplied
• Your choice of power set-up 3 or 4S
Wingspan: 1200mm (47")
Length: 1052mm (41")
Wing area: 256 DM2 (397 Sq. Inch)
Flying weight: 1.45-1.65kg (3.2-3.6lbs)
CG: 100mm from leading edge.
Recommended Motor: SK3 3548-1050kv (3S) or SK3 3548-840kv (4S) Brushless outrunner motor
Recommended ESC: AeroStar 40-60amp Electronic Speed Controller
Recommended Servos: 2-3kg Torque with metal gears. Ailerons 23x12mm (x2), Elevator 28x13mm, Rudder 28x13mm.
Battery: 3S or 4S 2200~3000Mha
Propeller: 12x8 ~ 13x10 2 bladed propeller
Minimum 5 channel transmitter and receiver
Glues, adhesives and general building tools
Experience with Almost Ready to Fly RC models
Frame/ PNF/ RTF(mm)
Very nice kit. Perfect paint job and the parts fits perfect together. I am using Turnigy 4S 2800 30C and SK3 3548 840KV with a 12x5 prop. It pulls 666WI found that the Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 Motor Accessories 3536/3542/3548 not only fit my motor, but that the prop adapter has the threaded hole for the spinner screw; I just had to provide my own 6mm nut. IMO, a 13" prop comes too close to the pavement for my skills, so I'm going with a 12x8, which should pull more than 600W, at over 65mph - this will be fun! Also, the 4S 2.2Ah battery, when all the way aft in the battery compartment, balances perfectly. Now for some good weather.Love the structure, and how it assembles. I can't wait for the maiden flight!
The only issue I have is the kit came with a spinner that attaches with a 3mm center screw, and no adapter to attach that screw to the motor shaft; how are you using the spinner, or did you provide your own?This is a very nice kit, only had a quick look so far but everything seems well built & fits together very well, Retract work nicely & the paint job on the fuse & cowel are second to none, lots of scale details too. going to enjoy the build & flying of this one, well done hobby king.I have used the eflite spitfire motor mount and it was just like it was made for it with the 3648 880 Kv motor it on the spot
here it is
http://www.customrcparts.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_4_133_134&products_id=99I have received this ARF Mustang yesterday, And I must admit that this indeed is one really nice piece of airplane.
It will take some time for finishing it up and installing the electronics, but that is the beauty of this hobby.
Scale details as well as painting of the whole fuselage is great.
Wings are covered, but on some spots it needs a little bit of ironing. No big deal.
Here is the unboxing video:
I have received this nice bird yesterday. It really looks nice.
Here is the unboxing video.
There is a lot of work to do before you can fly it, and I hope that during weekend I will be able to finish it.
I will try to record every steps and pot it here.