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E-flite P-51B/C Razorback!

Old 08-26-2010, 06:52 AM
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Default E-flite P-51B/C Razorback!

Horizon Hobby has a new razorback mustang due out late October!

http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products...#quickOverview

P-51B Mustang 32e ARF
Specs
Wingspan: 52.0 in (1320mm)
Overall Length: 45.5 in (1160mm)
Wing Area: 460 sq in (29.8 sq dm)
Flying Weight: 5.25 - 6.00 lb (2.40 - 2.70 kg)
Motor Size: Power 32
Radio: 5+ channels (7+ channels for all functions)
Servos: Required: 6 micro servos (35 ounces torque); Maximum: 6 micro servos (35 ounces torque) and 2 sub micro servos (13 ounces of torque)
Trim Scheme Colors: Olive Drab and Grey
Prop Size: 13x6.5E
Spinner Size: 3 inch P-51 shape
Hardware Included: Yes
Speed Control : 60A ESC
Recommended Battery: 4S 14.4V 3300mAh 30C Li-Po
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Old 08-26-2010, 06:53 AM
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Default RE: E-flite P-51B/C Razorback!

I know its gorgeous-i have every intention of buying one!
Old 08-26-2010, 07:10 AM
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Default RE: E-flite P-51B/C Razorback!

Oh yea...I gotta have one of these!! I kept seeing an ad in the magazines from eflite about coming soon but they only showed like a wing fillet to keep you guessing...Guess this is it!

NICCCEEEEE


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nice plane but out of my price range for an electric....... when you can buy a 60 size spit for close to the same price.
Old 08-26-2010, 03:29 PM
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I agree but I have never seen and dont think we will see for a while a 40 sized mustang with this incredible ammount of attention to scale and details! I'm stoked.
Old 08-26-2010, 07:25 PM
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You can buy either of the 60 size Top Flite arf warbirds (mustang or p47) for this price. But it would take a slightly smaller power system so it wouldbe a bit cheaper and easier to transport. Less good choices for retracts though. The e-flite electrics aren't very well set up for oleos and it seems like it would be sin to put wire struts on a mustang that looks this nice.

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Flight Test of the E-Flite P-51B 32e Shangri-La

Optional Retracts and bomb drops.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xep2-AKpv6M[/youtube]
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Any build threads for this bird?

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