Freewing P-51D "Iron Ass" Super Scale 1410mm (55") Wingspan - PNP
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55" Wingspan Freewing Super Scale P-51D Mustang with "Iron Ass" WWII Color Scheme - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FW30112P
- Countless super scale details including hand painted pilot, detailed instrument panel, "Iron Ass" WWII graphics, molded engine exhausts, machine gun turrets, drop tanks, air scoop, 4 blade hand painted propeller, sequenced main gear and tail gear doors
- Bright white LED landing lights drop down when the gear is deployed just like the real P-51 Mustang
- LED navigation lights for enhanced realism and dawn/dusk maneuvers
- Heavy duty, all metal shock absorbing retracts for maximum performance and reliability
- Retractable, steerable tail gear for sleek, realistic look
- Flight surfaces are controlled with 17g digital metal gear servos for precise movement, strength and long life
- 4 blade propeller and spinner assembly allows you to replace individual blades if damaged
- Sliding cockpit canopy enhances scale appearance and makes it easy to change pilot or install camera in cockpit
- Upgraded pushrod clevis and metal ball head buckle provide a robust connection between servo and control surface and eliminate "play"
- Full function flaps allow shorter take-off distances and slow, scale landings
- Carbon spars and EPO foam construction provide the perfect balance between strength and flexibility
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces (superior to foam hinges)
- Motor, servos and ESC pre-installed for your convenience
- Add the optional Freewing RC Engine Sound System for the ultimate in WWII fighter realism - More Info
- 55" Wingspan Freewing Super Scale P-51D Mustang - Receiver Ready (PNP)
- Premium quality electronics including 60A Hobbywing ESC, 580kV motor and metal gear servos
- LED light controller and gear door sequencer.
- Minimum 6 Channel Radio - Click Here for recommendations
- 6 Channel Receiver - Click Here for recommendations
- 4 Cell 14.8V 3600 mAh LiPo Battery - EPR36004
- Lipo Battery Charger - Click Here for recommendations
1410mm / 55.5in
1200mm / 47.2in
2600g / 91.7oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||Check Manual|
4250-580kV Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
60A with T-Connector
Propeller / EDF
14x8 4 Blade Propeller
17g metal gear standard with 300mm lead: Left flap
|Landing Gear||Main Gear: full metal, shock absorbing struts with electronic retracts|
Tail Gear: electronic retractable and steerable
4S 14.8V 3600mAh 40C LiPo (aircraft)
Yes - Landing and Navigation
|Build Time||2 Hours|
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The best P51 ever
It took about a month before i was able to get to fly the bird. The only complaint was the wires were too short. I bought some servo extensions. The bird came to me in record time with no problems. It flew perfect on the first flight with only a couple of kicks of rudder. I will continue to buy birds from them. I wish other airplane companies would use them for a example.
Cool looking plane on the ground and in the air
Okay, so I have essentially purchased three of these machines from MotionRC. My crashes (necessitating more purchases) where really through no fault (sort of) of Freewing. It has some real cool features; however, that also leads to trouble. Too much stuff to monkey with! The tail gear assembly - in it's entirety- is junk, this thing is a monster to handle on the ground. The tail wheel steering is loose and unreliable. The main gear doors are also unreliable. Also, baby will ground roll in a heart beat. Once trimmed out and in the air, you would swear it was a real P51. Very nice flying aircraft. Just beware, the servos are cheap, the mess of wiring is a hassle and the gear (all of them) are troublesome. If you mess up the horse shoe shaped metal bracket(s) on the main landing gear (a good design idea by the way), good luck. You cannot buy another one without buying a whole new plane! And I mean the WHOLE plane. They do not come with any other single component(s). As cool as this plane looks, and sometimes handles, I have actually had more fun and far less hassle with the Eflight P51. You plug it in and fly it, again and again. I will be ordering the new Eflight 1.2m from Motionrc as soon as they are out. Motion is the way to go, by the way!
I purchased the Freewing P-51 Mustang last year and I have to say I love this plane. It is absolutely gorgeous in the air and a real looker on the ground too. It is the one plane my significant other has commented on it's good looks. The power system in this version is good but I am jealous of the Old Crow version and the bump in performance it has. Here is a video of my Mustang with stock power I hope can give you an idea of it's scale looks and performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LNDFSoH234
Flies like a dream
This is an absolutely gorgeous plane to fly. Easing the throttle will result in a very scale-like takeoff. If you are having problems like ken. adjust the tail wheel until it rolls straight, just give it a push and see what needs correcting. Also, use a lower rate, If your high rate is 100% on your rudder, put your mid rate at 80% and lows at 60%, then try them. Personally, I found that 80% on the elevator was perfect for me when controlling my 12ent. Don't blame the plane, your setup needs adjusting Grossman56
tail wheel issues
I really like my freewing p-51 mustang. She flies great and looks great.i give her four stars to the fact the tail wheel has too much play and it's difficult to keep her straight down the runway. Once I'm in the air she does very well, then when it's time to land I know soon as the tail wheel touches down she's going to pull hard either right or left. Will experiment on how to address this issue. Thanks motion rc you guys rock..!
Great airplane very nice design
this airplane is perfect flying in the air and very stable is only thing is retract system you can visit my channel at ( damlongsouk) .
I have 2 of them
The only thing I have trouble with is retract system even I put the new one in so I guess I have to fly with out gear up but still fun thanks again free wing.
Great Fit & Finish
Haven't had a chance to fly it yet, but it's a really cool looking plane and goes together very well. Anxious to get it in the air. Will let you know the results later.
Fly's great, had to come up with a solution for tail gear servo binding when gear is up. Don't plan on grass landing main gear seems to be the weak point, the wing is very thin where the main gear is mounted. First grass landing tore the right main gear out had to replace wing. Flight time a little shorter than advertised.