ESM (KMP) P-51 Kit, NIB

Airplanes - Scale, P-51B

10-22-2018, 10:24 AM | Replies: 7 | Views: 295
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  • Price
    $399
  • Location Tulsa, OK, USA
  • Condition New
  • Model P-51B
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KMP P-51B, NIB, super scale cockpit installed and finished for Toledo demo by Dynamic Balsa. This kit is no longer manufactured by KMP or ESM.

No retracts included with the kit. Robart or Sierra for sources. Custom graphics available from https://callie-graphics.com/collections/p-51-mustang

Spec and actual photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/DYfJPUVfs1YrXse89

Factory box, ready to ship!
Box dimentions: 52" x 19" x 12", 18 lbs.

AS IS, WHERE IS. Everyone is an expert so Buyer is responsible for verification of any detail, specifications or fitness for use. No Representations of Airworthiness, Express Or Implied Warranties.

Subject to prior sales.

Buyer pays all bank charges, crafting, shipping, government fees, tariffs, and taxes. PayPal or bank wire.

Old 10-22-2018, 05:17 PM
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your link is not working for me, please tell me the wing span ?

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Old 10-22-2018, 05:24 PM
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Wingspan is 70.9" (1800mm)
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Old 10-22-2018, 05:36 PM
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Do us all a favor and post the specs. Engine size etc
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Old 10-22-2018, 05:55 PM
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Originally Posted by vpresley View Post
Do us all a favor and post the specs. Engine size etc
There is a hyperlink to the specs in the ad. It works. But, for those in need, a copy of the photo showing the KMP specs is now included in the ad. I do not know the size of the engine that will work, it is a kit. I do not know what paints Balsa Dynamics used to paint the cockpit. It is painted. I do not know how much it cost to ship. Dimensions and weight are provided.
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Old 10-22-2018, 06:24 PM
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being a 70 inch span and a war bird with heavy retracts I would think for a glow 4stroke at least a 150, and a 180 (30cc) would be better, I had the Magnum 180 4stroke in a 75 inch span Edge 540, and it was a pretty good match for the average flyer, a better pilot than me said he thought the Magnum would have hovered the Edge if it had a better prop and a bit more Nitro to help pull it out of the hover,, and the Mustang has a shorter yet faster wing (less drag) so I think the 180 would work out, if you want more go a 210 (35cc)
BTW, I didn't find the Magnum 180 4stroke to be anything special, altho it would turn an APC 17X8 at 8800 just about the same as a Saito 180 would, but I'm 100% sure the Saito 180 would twist a 17X9 or 18X7 higher than the Magnum could

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Old 10-22-2018, 06:28 PM
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I see you posted specs now, it shows that it should weigh in about 1 pounds less than what my Edge weighed

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Old 10-22-2018, 06:54 PM
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I would suggest a DLE 35 Rear Exhaust if you want a fun airplane. Sierra can make a prop extension, there are videos of gear door arrangements depending if you want a true B model or make a C model door sequence and modify the dorsal fin. Lots of options.

Remove all doubt. Buy it, build it, fly it.
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