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P-51 Mustang Ultra Micro 4CH 400mm (Bind and Fly)

P-51 Mustang Ultra Micro 4CH 400mm (Bind and Fly)

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Weight:
1280 g
SKU:
NE3017832414
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*Note: This is the Bind and Fly version which will require your own compatible Nine Eagles transmitter (such as the Nine Eagles J6 PRO - see related items) and a 3.7V 150mAh Lipoly.

The P-51 Mustang Ultra Micro is compact in size and a blast to fly. Perfect for large indoor flying spaces, or outside in low wind conditions. Featuring full 4ch control, this ultra micro is a real performer. Capable of full scale aerobatics such as loops, rolls, inverted flight and more.

The Mustang is small and portable enough to take with you anywhere. The box it comes in also doubles as transport for the airplane. The airplane packs neatly in the box along with all of the accessories, and features a handle on the outside for easy carrying.

Specs;
Wingspan: 400mm
Overall Length: 375mm
Flying Weight: 37-39g
Motor: Micro Coreless Motor
ESC: All in one ESC/RX/Linear Servos
Battery: 3.7V 150mAh Lipoly (required)
Radio: Compatible Nine Eagles 2.4Ghz (required) (such as Nine Eagles J6 PRO - see related items)

Includes;
P-51 Mustang Ultra Micro Airplane
Spare Propeller
User Manual

Required Items:
Compatible Nine Eagles Transmitter (such as Nine Eagles J6 PRO - see related items)
3.7V 150mAh Lipoly

  • SKU NE3017832414
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 1280.00
  • Length 480.00
  • Width 145.00
  • Height 420.00
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This plane is awesome! I reinforced the wing edges with tape and also where they connect with the fuselage (learned that the hard way with the Spitfire), and binded it to my 9 eagles Spitfire remote. Flies good, although it pulls down right after you throw it so you quickly have to pull up. Does not like going slow and is best to have it at full throttle (unlike the Spitfire which can go slower easier). This P-51 flies much better than the Spitfire version and is better at tricks too. I can pull any trick with mine besides "knife edges." The trim is never perfect with both this P-51 and the Spitfire (settings aren't wide enough) so you can expect it to pull a little one way even if the trim is fully the other way.

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This plane is awesome! I reinforced the wing edges with tape and also where they connect with the fuselage (learned that the hard way with the Spitfire), and binded it to my 9 eagles Spitfire remote. Flies good, although it pulls down right after you throw it so you quickly have to pull up. Does not like going slow and is best to have it at full throttle (unlike the Spitfire which can go slower easier). This P-51 flies much better than the Spitfire version and is better at tricks too. I can pull any trick with mine besides "knife edges." The trim is never perfect with both this P-51 and the Spitfire (settings aren't wide enough) so you can expect it to pull a little one way even if the trim is fully the other way.

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