P-51 Mustang (oz11459)
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P-51 Mustang. Radio control scale model WWII fighter. Combat scale. Wingspan 37-1/4 in, wing area 240 sq in. For .12 - .15 engines, and three channels.
Scale is 1/12.
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Note: this here is the plan as kitted by Progressive aviation. The same design appeared in MAN. See P-51D Mustang (oz11929) for more details and full article (titled: "WWII Combat Duo").
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User commentsThank you so much for uploading this plan. I'm such a fan of these PMA plans :)
Hubert - 21/10/2019
Here are some pics of my scratch built model [main pic, 005-007]. I included a pic of the inside and how I did my servo trays since the plan leaves that up to the builder. Also the air cooler isn't glued to the wing like the plan says. I opted to make it bolt on with the wing due to my battery location which is just behind the cooler piece in a box I made in the former. This allowed me to get the correct c.g. without adding extra weight. I'm using a O.S. .15la which flys perfect in this model. I'm more than happy to share more pics of the build process if you would like.
JakeW - 09/12/2020
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