P-51D Mustang 350 Electric Airplane RTF by Ares RC
The Ares P-51D Mustang 350 is a park flyer size scale model of the venerable North American P-51D Mustang. This version of the classic warbird includes a variety of scale details that will make you proud to show it off to your friends, along with other practical features like main landing gear that can be installed and removed without the use of tools and a steerable tailwheel for improved ground handling. It even includes both two-blade and four-blade propellers and matching spinners so you can choose your preference between scale looks and flight performance.
Speaking of performance, the Ares P-51D offers full 4-channel control right out of the box along with a factory installed 350 brushless motor that together combine to provide smooth, yet agile flight performance thatís perfect for both scale and aerobatic flying. The unique airfoil design of this Mustang also allows for improved handling at lower speeds making it a great model for pilots looking for their first warbird. Plus, the advanced EPO foam airframe is lightweight, durable and easy to repair, which comes in handy when you have an occasional rough landing.
The Ares P-51D Mustang 350 RTF includes a 350 brushless motor, a 15-amp brushless ESC and three 9-gram sub-micro servos. The RTF also includes a standard-size 6-channel transmitter and factory-installed 6-channel receiver with 2.4GHz technology, a lightweight 600mAh 3S 11.1V LiPo battery, and a DC balancing charger with an AC adapter. With nothing extra to buy and only minor assembly to complete, you can have the Ares P-51D flying at a local park, schoolyard or flying field in almost no time!
- Brushless Performance: The Ares P-51D Mustang includes a factory-installed 350 brushless motor and 15-amp brushless ESC that provides smooth, yet agile flight performance thatís perfect for both scale and aerobatic flying.
- Scale Looks: This version of the classic P-51D Mustang includes a variety of scale details like an authentic trim scheme, a pilot figure, exhaust stacks, panel lines, rivets, landing gear covers and more.
- RTF (Ready-To-Fly): Includes a brushless motor and ESC, and three 9-gram servos. The RTF also includes a 6-channel radio system, a LiPo battery, and a DC balancing charger with AC adapter.
- 4-Channel Control: Unlike similar class warbirds on the market, the Ares P-51D Mustang 350 comes with a standard size 6-channel transmitter (RTF version only) and a working rudder for 4-channel control right out of the box.
- Advanced EPO Foam Airframe: The advanced EPO foam airframe is lightweight, durable and easy to repair, which comes in handy when you have an occasional rough landing.
- Unique Airfoil Design: The unique airfoil design of this Mustang also allows for improved handling at lower speeds making it a great model for pilots looking for their first warbird.
- Landing Gear and Tailwheel: In addition to the many scale features, the Ares P-51D Mustang 350 includes practical features like main landing gear that can be installed and removed without the use of tools and a steerable tailwheel for improved ground handling.
- Choose Your Prop: As an added feature when compared to most other P-51D models, this Ares version includes both two-blade and four-blade propellers plus matching spinners so you can choose your preference between scale looks and flight performance.
Wingspan: 29.5 in (750mm)
Length: 25.6 in (650mm)
Weight w/Battery: 12.2-12.8 oz (345-365 g)
Battery: 600mAh 3S 11.1V LiPo (included with RTF, 500-600mAh 3S 11.1V LiPo required for RFR)
Charger: DC 3S 11.1V LiPo Balancing and AC adapter (included with RTF, 3S 11.1V LiPo Balancing required for RFR)
Transmitter: 6-Channel 2.4GHz
On-Board Electronics: Receiver, ESC and 3 servos
- 6-Channel 2.4GHz Transmitter
- AA Batteries for the Transmitter
- 600 mAh 3S 11.1V LiPo Battery
- DC Balancing Charger
- AC Adapter
Needed to Complete:
- Nothing! Everything you need to start flying is in the box!
This product was added to our catalog on May 13, 2016.
This thing is easy to put together, (I had to adjust the servo on the ailerons as they were off, easy enough to do).
The brushless 350 motor puts down plenty of power ! Even with the slower 4-prop, (intended for scale flights), this thing can climb with ease. Slap on the 2-prop, and this thing flies fast with virtually unlimited climb.
The roll rate is under 1-second from holding the Ailerons wide open, to the time it takes for a full roll over. Plenty snappy.
I achieved roughly 8-10mins of flight on a single full charge, running around 55-65% power most of the flight.
The only downfall I found, was that on the Tail Rudder Push-Rod, the threads were too fine for the plastic Clevis and I was unable to rotate it enough, with enough bite left, to zero the rudder. (A thin layer of dried super glue on the threads provided enough bite to rotate the Clevis enough).
I'd give it an Intermediate on the scale of Beginner/Intermediate/Veteran.
Over-all. I rate a 5/5 for this scale of a Low Wing Warbird. It's a blast to fly, controls very predictably, and for the money, it's an amazing value.)
Cons: Locating spare parts. Locating spare battery this size. Right wing was bent a little at the tip, straight out of the box. The elevator screws dont give the elevator a real snug fit, I added some clear tape for backup. You have to watch the battery cover latch especially if you belly land for it will come unlatched. Did I already mention parts and spare batteries?
All in all it is a decent plane especially for park flying and belly landing, I would purchase again.)