RC P-51 Mustang Sale
Okay RC Pilots!
There is a HUGE RC P-51 Mustang Sale and you get FREE shipping too! This is not your ordinary RC P-51 Mustang. It’s a state-of-the-art giant scale P-51 Mustang PNP RC Warbird. This beautifully detailed airplane is almost five feet long with a six foot wingspan.
She flies like she’s on rails and she is extremely fast. The FMS P-51 Mustang looks like the real thing while she’s in the air! She has LED lights, retractable landing gear including the tail gear and is a Radio-controlled aircraft. She comes completely detailed and painted. Take a look at the P-51 demonstration video below.
P-51 1700mm FMS P-51D ☜㋡☞ ESS-AIR Maiden Flight Demonstration
I hope you enjoyed the demo video as much as I did. The guy in the video is one heck of a pilot. He beautifully demonstrated how agile and fast the FMS P-51 Mustang is. As you can see, she is very maneuverable and can turn on a dime. She handles extremely well for a P-51.
Just like the real P-51, she is just as good looking as her counterpart. Before I get into the specifications and features of the FMS P-51 Mustang. I’m going to take you on a trip through time and give you a brief history of the Legendary P-51 Mustang RC Plane. She is arguably the greatest fighter plane of all time!
History Of The North American P-51 Mustang
The P-51 Mustang was designed by the North American Aviation (NAA) in 1940 in response to fulfill a requirement of the British Purchasing Commission. The Purchasing Commission approached North American to produce the P-40 under license for the Royal Air Force (RAF).
North American Aviation did not want to produce an aircraft with an old design from another company so they approached the RAF and proposed to design a completely new modern fighter. As they say, the rest is history. On September 9, 1940, the proto-type NA-73X airframe rolled.
The P-51 Mustang first flew October 26, 1940. Only 1-02 days from signing the contract with the British Purchasing Commission. The P-51 Mustang was originally powered by the Allison V-1710 engine which did not do well at altitudes higher than 15,000 feet. She was underpowered!
A Legend Is Born!
It wasn’t until the addition of the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine to the P-51B and C model a legend was born. The Rolls-Royce Merlin engine gave her the opportunity to compete at altitude levels above 15,000 feet. She made an immediate impact on the Luftwaffe shredding them to bits.
For the first time, the Allies had a fighter that could escort the B-17 bombers all the way to Germany and back to England. The legendary Tuskegee Airmen flew P-51 Mustang’s. They were also known as the red tails and escorted B-17 during World War 2. They NEVER lost a bomber to an enemy fighter.
The Tuskegee Airmen are the only squadron with this AMAZING combat record. As an added bonus. I found a video of a real P-51 Mustang in action. Her name is “Ferocious Frankie”, the same name as your FMS P-51 Mustang. Sit back and enjoy the ride. This is a great demonstration of what the P-51 can do. Enjoy!
P-51D Mustang “Ferocious Frankie”
As you can see, the P-51 was the ultimate bird of prey during World War 2. She quickly made a name for herself and soon dominated the skies over Europe. The P-51 is also the only fighter plane of the war, credited with shooting down a ME-262. This was the first operational jet in the history of warfare.
The ME-262 was far superior to anything the Allies had in the air at the time. She was over 100 knots faster than anything flying at time. However, the P-51 Mustang did manage to shoot a few ME-262’s down. They were mostly shot down when they were most vulnerable, coming in for a landing.
The P-51 Mustang was one of the most successful aircraft during World War 2. She had a kill ratio of 19:1. This means that she shot down 19 planes to every 1 Mustang lost. That’s an astonishing kill ratio! The P-51 Mustang is credited with 4,950 Luftwaffe kills. More than any other Allied fighter during the war!
Let’s Check Out The P-51 Mustang!
FMS P-51 Mustang Features:
- Extremely Large 1700mm Wingspan That Offers A True Scale Appearance & Performance
- 25g Digital Metal Gear Servos For Ailerons, Elevator & Rudder
- FMS Designed Retracts With Metal Trunnions For Better Durability & Scale Open / Close speed (Set For 6 Seconds)
- Gigantic 85A ESC & 5060-300KV Motor
- 17″ Super Scale 4 Blade Propeller
- Retractable Main & Tail Gear
- Durable EPO Foam
FMS P-51 Mustang Specifications:
- Wingspan: 1700mm / 66.9 inches
- Length: 1490mm / 58.2 inches
- Flying Weight: Approximately 4080g
- Engine Size: 5060-Kv300 Brushless Motor
- Speed Control: 85A, Internal 8A SBEC, EC5 Connector
- Propeller / EDF: 17×10 4 Blade
- Servos: 25g × 6 (digital metal), 17g x 1, 9g x 3
- Landing Gear: Electronic Retracts (main gear and tail)
- Required Battery: 6 Cell 22.2V 4500 – 5000 MAH Lipo Battery With EC5 Connector (Required)
- Required Radio: 6 Channel
- Rudder: Yes
- Flaps: Yes
- Ailerons: Yes
- Lights: Yes
- Hinge Type: Foam
- Material: EPO Foam
Your FMS P-51 Mustang Requires:
- 6 Channel Radio – Make Sure You Select A Minimum 6 Channel Radio
- 6 Channel Receiver – Make Sure You Select A Minimum 6 Channel Receiver
- Recommended EPR45006E – 6 Cell 22.2V 4500 – 5000 MAH Lipo Battery With EC5 Connector
- 6 Cell Compatible Battery Charger – Make Sure You Select A Minimum 6 Cell (6S) Charger
*Special Note: Your RC P-51 Mustang Kit will be shipped for FREE!
Fly The P-51 Mustang Now!
I hope you enjoyed the FMS P-51 Mustang review. Thank you for taking the time to read my review all the way to the end. If you read this far, go ahead and click on the red button below now! You instantly qualify for FREE shipping! Order your P-51 before the holidays.
If you have any comments or questions about the FMS P-51 Mustang Sale, please leave them below or contact me by sending an email! I love talking RC airplanes so I look forward to hearing from you.
I’ll see you in the air and thanks again! 😉
Product Name: FMS P-51 Mustang Ferocious Frankie PNP RC Warbird
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FMS P-51 Rating: 5 Out Of 5 Stars