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    Detail parts for P51.



    I was wondering if anyone can put me on the right path for detail parts for my 1/5 scale Mustang. Thanks, Ron.


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    RE: Detail parts for P51.

    Hi,
    A bit tricky.

    To my knowledge there isn't a single supplier of parts. You will need to source each of the parts almost separately.

    What parts in particularwere you after? What model is it ? ( apart from being a 1/5 scale P51 )

    Aerotech used to provide some excellent parts ,but I think they have stopped trading ?

    Perhaps others can be more helpful.


    Cheers,
    Merlin Man.

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    RE: Detail parts for P51.

    Hi Merlin Man. Iam looking for scale wheels, sliding canopy, cockpit kit, full size pilot, scale exhaust and pretty much anything else I can find for it. The plane is a 1/5 scale Pica P51D. Thanks for taking the time to reply.

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    RE: Detail parts for P51.

    Try Robart or Glennis for scale wheels.

    Tony Howard has a scale exhaust stack kit. Unless you're seeking a functional exhaust in which case you might try Keleo creations.

    Vortech and/or Tru-Turn can probably provide the spinner.

    Try IFlyTailies for the cockpit stuff.

    Aerotech was handling a sliding canopy kit which would probably work but, as noted by Merlin Man, they may not be around any longer. It's not particuarlyr difficult to do yourself and there are a number of threads here and at RC Scale Builder which cover the construction of a sliding hood for the P-51.


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