Fun Scale Mustang 60 (oz11532)


Fun Scale Mustang 60 (oz11532) by Jim Meister from Dynaflite - plan thumbnail

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Dynaflite Fun Scale Mustang 60. Radio control sport-scale model WWII fighter. Wingspan 62 in, wing area 760 sq in, for .60 power.

Discontinued kit from Dynaflite see

Note the kit used ready-cut self-jigging fuselage parts. The kit did not include a fuselage plan.

Quote: "I see you don't have this. This is the plan that used to come with the kit. It's been out of production for years. Brett"

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Fun Scale Mustang 60 (oz11532) by Jim Meister from Dynaflite - model pic

  • (oz11532)
    Fun Scale Mustang 60
    by Jim Meister
    from Dynaflite (ref:3002)
    62in span
    IC R/C LowWing
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 14/09/2019
    Filesize: 872KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: BrettSmith

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This appears to be an enlarged version of the Jemco Mustang 40 (oz5572) that I built from your plans. Like the 40 size, there were no fuselage plans for mine, but someone had furnished traced parts from the original kit, and I was able to construct it from those parts. Not easy but I got it done. Without the uploaded fuselage parts, I don't see an easy way to build it, but if you can use the wing and tail plans and draw your own fuselage, it's worth the effort. It flies better than any other P-51 ever made, despite the poor quality kit. Like all the P-51's, it pulls to the left on takeoff and tends to nose over on landings, just like Bob Hoover's Ole Yeller. I still have my electric version.
Doug Smith - 15/09/2019
Go to P-51 Mustang (oz7135) 60 inches WS plan for a fuselage plan. It should work with very little work-around needed.
Bob Blubaugh - 15/09/2019
In principle, yes, I think that's the way. But that plan also has no fuselage formers. There may be better candidates.
SteveWMD - 16/09/2019
If you take the Fun Scale P-51 (oz10761) plan also by Dynaflite, and print the fuselage at an enlarged scale of 121%, the resulting plan matches the wing saddle to the root wing chord perfectly. You now have a fuselage outline that can be redesigned somewhat and built to match this wing plan.
mjbelton - 18/09/2019
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