E-flite P-51D Mustang BNF Basic Electric Airplane (1200mm) w/AS3X & SAFE Technology

E-flite P-51D Mustang BNF Basic Electric Airplane (1200mm)
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The E-flite P-51D Mustang 1.2m scale airplane delivers outstanding warbird appeal whether flying or just standing still. The realistic four-blade propeller, outline and cockpit detail highlight the devoted attention given to pull off a popular subject like the Mustang this well. Its functional flaps feature the precision of independent servo operation while electric retractable main landing gear provides reliability and scale-like movement. Construction with EPO foam keeps the overall weight low while maintaining a level of durability that makes flying a scale sensation, like this Mustang, practical enough to enjoy every day. The installed power system offers outstanding performance when used with a 3S LiPo battery. Go beyond ballistic and fly with 4S power—no equipment change required. Whether you’re an intermediate or advanced pilot, the P-51D Mustang 1.2m has the detail, the heart-stopping performance and more importantly the flight quality you need to experience what piloting a legendary thoroughbred is all about.  

Out of the gate, the 1941 prototype of the P-51 was impressive. However, trials revealed that the super-sleek machine needed crucial changes to become a true thoroughbred. The magic formula was realized with the P-51D that delivered the performance, weapons and range well-trained pilots could wield to outmatch any challenger of the day. Even after WWII, thousands of Mustangs remained in service with proud nations around the globe—some till as late as 1980. The E-flite P-51D Mustang 1.2m replica captures a peak example of the legendary U.S. Army Air Corps fighter that delivers the kind of scale-flight experience that makes enjoying history’s most celebrated fighter more enjoyable than ever. 

• A well-appointed scale warbird with sporty performance 
• Historic WWII 20th Fighter Group trim scheme 
• High-Power 3–4S LiPo compatible brushless motor and ESC 
• Spektrum™ 6-channel receiver with industry-leading DSMX® technology 
• Optional SAFE® Select flight envelope protection 
• Stability and precision of AS3X® technology 
• Operational flaps with independent servos 
• Electric retractable landing gear 
• 6-channel control with 6 micro servos installed 
• Lightweight and durable EPO foam construction 
• Realistic 4-blade propeller and engine exhaust detail 
• Painted canopy with a clear view of the pilot and cockpit 
• Convenient top-hatch provides easy flight battery access 
• Removable wing tanks included 
• Easy to complete final assembly

An Inspirational Trim Scheme 
This P-51D Mustang model replicates a legendary U.S. Army Air Corps fighter used with the 20th Fighter Group and flown by Capt. Ernest “Fieb” Fiebelkorn who became a top-scoring Ace during WWII. 

Better than Scale 
On the ground or in the air, this Mustang looks and flies better that the real thing. The installed main landing gear feature reliable electric retraction with covers over the steel struts and outer gear doors that enhance the scale appearance. A light wing load, plus operational flaps, gives this warbird a wide flight envelope, plus the ability to takeoff in short distances and land slowly. 

3S–4S LiPo Power Compatible 
The power system features a high-speed brushless outrunner motor, a robust ESC and a scale 4-blade propeller that combine with your 2200–3000mAh 3S LiPo battery to deliver thrust that helps this Mustang perform well beyond the scale flight envelope with ease. Plus, you can go beyond ballistic performance and fly this Mustang with a 4S LiPo; no modifications necessary. 

Durable Design 
Construction with durable EPO material makes it possible to replicate complex detail in a lightweight form. The result is an outstanding scale appearance that’s easy to maintain and allows the most satisfying flight experience possible to shine through. 

Easy to Assemble 
No glue is required to complete assembly. The wing features a rigid, one-piece design that connects to the fuselage with just a few screws. Top-access for battery installation is conveniently located through the canopy in a way that maintains the scale outline and allows you to install the flight battery quickly.  

With SAFE Select technology enabled, you get: 

Pitch and Bank Angle Limits 
These keep the aircraft from rolling or pitching upside down. They also prevent excessive climb or dive angles during takeoff and landing. 

Automatic Self-Leveling 
Instantly returns the wings to level when the sticks are released. It’s also helpful if you ever need to hand launch the airplane. 

Easy Switch Assignment—No Programming Required 
The simple procedure for assigning a switch to turn SAFE Select technology on and off doesn’t require any transmitter programming and takes just a few seconds. 

Wingspan: 48" (1219mm) 
Overall Length: 41.9" (1065mm) 
Flying Weight: 1530g 
Motor Size: 15-Size Brushless Outrunner (installed) 
Radio: 6+ Channel (sold separately) 
Servos: 9-Gram Micro (6 installed) 
Prop Size: 4-Blade 10.5x8 
Speed Control : 40A Brushless (installed) 
Recommended Battery: 2200–3000mAh 3–4S LiPo with EC3™ Connector (sold separately) 

Needed To Complete:

  • Full-range, 6+ Channel DSMX®/DSM2® transmitter (* 7+ Channels require to operate optional SAFE Select technology)
  • 2200–3000mAh 3–4S LiPo flight battery 
  • Compatible LiPo charger 
Tuesday, Apr 17 2018 (about 2 years ago)
E-flite P-51D Mustang BNF Basic Electric Airplane (1200mm)
I have to have this. There's no way that this plane can suck. Take my money! Very excited for this one. For those beginner's like I was when I got the Eflite P-47 Razorback with safe, your gonna need at least a 7 channel transmitter to use safe mode. I made the mistake of getting the DX6E and ended up returning it for a DX8E. Was very happy with both the plane and transmitter.