Dynam Mini P-51 V2 with Gyro 762mm (30") Wingspan - RTF
Mini P-51 V2 with Gyro 762mm (30") Wingspan - RTF from Dynam - DY8964SRTF
This is the new Stabilized Ready-To-Fly version. This model comes with the Detrum MSR66A 6CH 2.4Ghz Mini Receiver with iStone 6-Axis Gyro/ABS built in for auto-stabilization and recovery. For more information on the MSR66A click here. This is the version 2 (V2) of the Dynam Mini P-51. The V2 comes with a built in gyro so this fun micro now flies like a much larger warbird. We love this little gal and we think you will too!
Included is a GAVIN-6A 6-Channel 2.4GHz Transmitter, Detrum MSR66A 6-Channel 2.4Ghz Mini Receiver with iStone 6-Axis Gyro/ABS and 2 Cell 7.4V 800 mAh LiPo Battery.
Tech Note: Make sure the included Detrum receiver/gyro is securely mounted to the fuselage before attempting to fly this airplane.
- NEW! 6-Channel Mini Receiver with built in gyro to conveniently support auto stabilization and recovery
- Quick and easy assembly
- Dynam Mini P-51 V2 762mm (30") Wingspan - RTF
- GAVIN-6A 6-Channel 2.4GHz Transmitter
- Detrum MSR66A 6-Channel 2.4Ghz Mini Receiver with iStone 6-Axis Gyro/ABS
- 2S 7.4V 800 mAh LiPo Battery
- 2S LiPo Battery Charger
- ESC with JST connector, servos, gyro and motor come pre-installed for your convenience
- Decal set
- Nothing! Everything you need to fly is included in the box.
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762mm / 30in
665mm / 26.2in
|CG (Center of Gravity)||50 - 55mm from the leading edge at the wing root|
BM2804 KV1900 Brushless Outrunner
Electronic Speed Control
18A Brushless with JST connector
Propeller / EDF
4x 3.7g standard
2 Cell 7.4V 800 mAh LiPo Battery with JST connector (included)
6 Channel (included)
|Build Time||1+ Hour|
Product Spare Parts
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Few more Flights in
Gyro was causing wings to wag at half throttle up so I bound the plane to my Gavin 6C and dialed the gains back 10 points. Seems just right guess I got it right the first time. Plane is grounded at the moment waiting for an aileron servo, I hit a pile of rocks broke the plastic gears. These servos are hard to find, bought the last one on ebay and the last one at Hobbyzone for backup. Plane is still impressing me with it's ruggedness despite the broken servo. Also I'd switch to high rate on the transmitter immediately.
5 stars for durability
It was my first build and it went pretty easy with a few issues, broke off a landing gear screw so I installed the rest running them in a little then back out then in a little more until they were tight. Plugging in the aileron servos and attaching the wing will test your patience. The nut on the motor shaft had to be backed off so the prop wouldn't hit the motor mount screws. Bind the plane before you hook up the control horns for the rudder and elevator. Flight- took off in normal gyro twice, wasn't quick enough on the switch to save it either time. Dropped a wing both times and nosed in hard. Landing gear came off after second crash so I tried a hand launch with the gyro in self level. Kept it in the air and got in a pattern but the controls are pretty tame in this mode and I hit a nearby tree, twice. Recovered the first time but stopped me the second. The foam spinner really absorbs a hard hit and it's just a little wrinkled. I wouldn't say I had a 5 star experience but I'm a fairly new pilot so I'm not going to blame the plane, three crashes and ready to fly again.