FlightLine P-51D Mustang 850mm (33") Wingspan - PNP
P-51D Mustang 850mm (33") Wingspan - PNP from FlightLine - FLW101P
FlightLine and Motion RC has re-imagined the classic P-51D Mustang for 2019 in a beginner-friendly format with accurate styling, gyro-readiness, low operating cost and high fun factor in an easily transportable size! This Mustang features a versatile power system that can use either a 3S or 4S flight battery without needing to change the propeller or ESC. The large battery bay accommodates a wide range of battery sizes, from 3S 1600mAh to an Admiral 4S 2200mAh. Transition from a 30-60mph 3S Trainer to an 80+mph 4S Racer with a simple five second battery change!
Optimized as both a slow speed 3S warbird parkflyer and a 4S sportscale racer, the FlightLine Pocket Warbird series P-51D Mustang can also fit a gyro stabilized receiver such as the Admiral RX600SP 6-Channel DSMX™ Compatible Receiver with Stability Plus Gyro. Easy hand launches are accomplished either overhand or underhand, and balanced wing loading provides precise handling and steady landing characteristics. Say goodbye to precarious nail-biting hand launches - - this Mustang is a breeze to launch with moderate throttle and a firm toss. Separating itself from previous generations of parkflyer warbirds in the sub-900mm class, several design elements increase this Mustang's durability including a long plywood battery plate, reinforced motor firewall, shatter resistant two blade propeller, one-piece wing with carbon spar, servo horn protectors, and plastic sheathed underside fuselage to resist scuffs during landing. The overall result is a balanced model that "flies on rails" like a larger aircraft instead of being "pushed around" like a toy.
Like the Freewing ParkJet Series of 64mm EDF Jets, the FlightLine Pocket Warbird Series offers modelers a platform for modification and customization. In addition to the structural preparations outlined above, the Mustang also arrives factory painted in satin silver with two different decal sets. Pilots wanting to apply their own color scheme can do so directly over the factory paint without needing to remove any decals. The decal sets are based off of two potential tail colors if you so chose. The green tail is "The Enchantress", piloted by 2nd Lt William Saks. 457th Fighter Squadron, 506th Fighter Group. Iwo Jima, June 1945. The yellow tail is "Shanghai Lil'", piloted by Ed Linfante, 462nd Fighter Squadron, 506th Fighter Group. For more information please click on the Support tab above.
This is the stock livery as it comes out of the box:
457th Fighter Squadron, 506th Fighter Group "The Enchantress" (Note: You will need to paint the tail section green)
462nd Fighter Squadron, 506th Fighter Group "Shanghai Lil'" (Note: You will need to paint the tail section yellow)
For additional control precision, pilots can also install a 9g rudder servo inside the fuselage and use the pre-molded passageway to guide a control rod rearward toward the rudder hinge itself. The model can be raced within smaller flying fields areas with a lightweight 3S 1600 battery, or in larger areas with a heavier and more powerful 4S 2200. We recommend the 3S 2200mAh or 4S 2200mAh as an ideal balance between flight duration, top speed, vertical performance, and ease of launch/landing.
Backed by Motion RC's world class service and a host of spare parts, race your Mustang with confidence!
Visit the Official FlightLine P-51D Mustang Discussion Thread on HobbySquawk.com for additional photos, videos, reviews, and customer Q&A.
- Compatible with both 3S and 4S LiPo batteries
- Two decal sets included. Decals depict both "The Enchantress" and "Shanghai Lil" from the 506th Fighter Group
- 60+ mph with 3S LiPo battery
- 90+ mph with 4S LiPo battery
- Beginner-friendly wing loading
- Upgrade-friendly components and layout
- Durable structural enhancements
- Skid-proof underside covering
- Screw-on one-piece wing
- FlightLine P-51D Mustang 850mm (33") Wingspan - PNP
- Motor, ESC and servos pre-installed
- 4 Channel radio - select a minimum 4 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 4 Channel receiver - select a minimum 4 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 3 Cell 11.1V 1600mAh to 4 Cell 14.8V 2200mAh LiPo battery with XT60 Connector – we recommend the Admiral 2200mAh 3S 11.1V 35C LiPo Battery with XT60 Connector or Admiral 2200mAh 4S 14.8V 30C LiPo Battery with XT60 Connector
- 4 Cell compatible battery charger - select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
850mm / 33.5in
510g / 17.98oz (w/o battery)
CG (Center of Gravity)
80mm (3.14") from the leading edge of the wing at the root
3S-4S 2836-950kV Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
30A, XT60 Connector
Propeller / EDF
9x6 2-Blade Propeller
9g plastic gear standard with 300mm lead : left aileron, right aileron
3S 11.1V 1600mAh to 4S 14.8V 2200mAh LiPo with XT60 connector (required)
4 Channel (required)
Product Spare Parts
Product Questions & AnswersNOTE: Questions submitted on this page are answered by customers who have previously purchased this item. If you have a support related question that requires immediate assistance, please visit our Help Center.
- March 1, 2019 - The following link shows the FlightLine 30A ESC Audible Programming Guide to provide a chart in case you are needing to re-program the ESC for any reason. Click here for the link.
- January 31, 2019 - Please note that the tail of this model does not come painted green or yellow, the photos merely demonstrate the customization possibilities. Customers who wish to make their model either The Enchantress or Shanghai Lil' will need to paint over the existing silver tail either green or yellow to match the livery of your choice.
If you need any additional assistance, please visit the Motion RC Help Center
Love it, but the prop are brittle but did not land on perfect grass! so will see at the RC club.
A fine flying plane. Pretty fast on 1800 4S. I am just not into foam because it does not last. Gators easily even if care is taken to prevent it. Eventually sold it after 3 flights.
Onr of the most exciting planes I have flown
Once you have forgotten how hard it has been to hand launch previous planes and and the preflight nerves you had, then just realise how easy this one is. Just watch the video of the two lads flying them, 1/2 to 3/4 throttle. a firm under arm toss, thumb on the righthand stick for torque correction and you are done. With the admiral / lemon gyro receiver in windy weather truly brilliant. Thank you, will have another when back in stock
Flightline P51 850 mm
Nice plane used the admiral stability receiver plane flew perfect easy to fly glides really nice and far only ran 3s 2200 perfect CG broke a prop on 3rd flight motion RC has no replacements st this time so plane is grounded
if you can't get a prop
OK, I'm still waiting for a replacement Prop for the P-51 850mm. They are still weeks out if that. SO ! I found one that fits the spinner welll and flies the P-51 fine, not the speed you might want but until the stock prop shows up, it flies it great and maybe even more to scale. Go to HorizonHobby.com, find the ParkZone F4F-Wildcat (PKZ1975) replacement prop 9X6 (PKZ1019). It is in stock and with a little reaming fits the P-51 D spinner perfectly and flies it great on a 3s X 2200 pack. No clue how long you will have to wait to get a stock prop, this is a great option until or if they ever show up.....
This is a very nice flying plane, reminds me of the old parkzone p51d (gunfighter) It is very easy to assemble, and flys very stable, even without any use of gyro's So far i have only flown on an Admiral 1600 3s, 30c bat. and with mixed trothle you can easily fly for 6 to 7 min. the speed on a 3s in my opinion is more than good, on a 4s this thing will realy go fast. It is the perfect plane when you just want to rip up the sky, looks prety good to and for the price of an umx this thing is worth every euro!
Sweet looking plane super simple to assemble. Can't wait to fly
that is 1 of the nicest planes ive got in that size.
Been waiting to fly, weather sucks right now, hopefully tomorrow will be better , 3/11/19