E-flite P-47 Razorback 1.2m (48") Wingspan - PNP
48" Wingspan E-flite P-47 Razorback - PNP - EFL8475
At Motion RC the Fly Boys tend to be "Warbird Junkies" and one of the most iconic warbirds is the P-47 Razorback. With it's menacing nose and stout outline the P-47 was all business and this new offering from E-flite is no different.
This gorgeous 1.2m replica of the Razorback P-47D perfectly captures the power and presence of this one-of-a-kind warbird. The model comes out of the box with functional flaps and electric retracts already installed for you. Details on the landing gear struts and wheels add to the realism.
The expertly applied trim scheme is that of a P-47 that flew with the 510th Sq., 405th Fighter Group during World War II. It is complemented by molded panel lines and machine gun details as well as engine details in the nose.
You also get an assortment of payloads you can attach to mounting stations under the wings and fuselage. These include 2 bombs, 2 rocket pods and a centerline drop tank. All snap into place and can be attached or removed in seconds, no tools or glue required.
This high-output motor system delivers thrilling speed and climb performance when matched with a 2200mAh 3S 11.1V 30C LiPo battery(sold separately). The efficient 4-blade prop also serves as one of the model's realistic scale details. Just add your receiver, battery and get ready to fight those bandits!
- Fast, easy assembly
- Functional flaps and electric retracts
- Powerful 15-Size BL Motor with a 4-Blade Prop and 40A ESC
- Molded panel lines, machine gun details, engine details and more
- Realistic 510th Sq, 405th Fighter Group trim scheme
- Includes snap-on bombs, rocket pods and drop tank
- Durable Z-Foam® airframe
- Factory-installed brushless motor, ESC and servos
- 48" Wingspan E-flite P-47 Razorback - PNP
- 6 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 6 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 6 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 3 Cell 11.1V 2600 mAh Li-Po battery with EC3 connector - EPR26003E
- 3 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
47.25in / 1200mm
1570g / 55oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||65mm from the leading edge of the wing at the root|
|15-Size BL Motor (installed)|
Electronic Speed Control
brushless speed control with EC3 connector (installed)
Propeller / EDF
3 Cell 11.1V 2200 - 3000 mAh LiPo battery with EC3 connector (required)
6+ channel DSM2/DSMX transmitter (required)
|Build Time||1 Hour|
Product Spare Parts
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Have had this since November of last year and have had no problems with it up until now was flying at the field with 9mph winds and I did a mild turn and the clear bubble on the canopy fell off into the corn. So just watch that other wise this plane is becoming my favorite plane I'm planning on getting the E Flite Mustang next.
Motion rc is the best. I returned my initial returned purchase of the p47 due to quality issues. Motion rc promptly issued a refund and I purchased another p47 and was very satisfied with the quality of finish. The plane assembled very easily and flys like a dream
Great Silver Bird
This has got to be one of the best flying models of any kind, warbird, trainer,whatever .it flew right out of the box with virtually no trim required my first decent radio control model was a Carl Goldberg senior falcon if anyone knows what that was. this plane reminded me of flying that great model back in 1973. there are no bad tandencies of any kind with this bird when it approaches the stall the wings wiggle a little to warn you to apply throttle and she settles back down for another perfect landing. don't believe any bad reviews about this plane, it is the pilots fault if this plane goes in.
Good plane bad esc
Plane is fast becoming one of my favorites. Flys great on an admiral 3000 4s but the esc checked out after 5 flights casusing an emergency belly landing with only minor damage. Says you can run 4s but I recommend upgrading esc with 50 amp esc achieved speeds of 80mph+
Got it in three days got it together in a hour and was flying the next day. With an ounce of nose weight the plane flew great takeoffs are nice and landings are a breeze with no flaps but does well with the flaps too. Had a couple of nose overs on taking off on grass may have been that the grass was a little tall will try it next spring when it is mowed down. The build went together well only problem I had was the screws for the wings did not line up well so had to do a little forcing to get them to go in. The brackets on the bombs broke off right away when I tried to take them off they need to be glued in better and the slides for the missile pods pulled out of the wings again better glue to hold them on. Over all a great plane the detail is nice and the finish is great and it flies like a dream. I am using the 2600 3S 11.1V Admiral battery and get about 6 minutes out of it you may get longer if not flying it wide open like I do.
FLY'S AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS!
I finally got to maiden my P-47 pnp the other day. With 1 1/2 ounces in the nose and a 3s 2200 25c battery it flew beautifully with minor trimming. Take off with slight amount of right rudder tail comes up nicely and it climbs out very scale. Landings with no flaps because I had a 6 gusting to 12 head wind and they were beautiful. Definitely a favorite warbird for me.
Best p47 so far
The p47 flys excellent with a 3000 3S and requires .5 ounce of weight at the front battery area. It defiantly dose not need a gyro and is so docile with the CG set correctly. super easy to fly war bird in the air and on the ground defiantly would recommend it to a first time new war bird pilots . The only change was adding dave brown 3.25 foams and the rest is perfect .excellent Product