P-51 Mustang

Jul 07, 2014 No Comments by

A 1.20-size warbird for the sport flier

OK; let’s admit it. Everyone wants to build a P-51. It drips power, courage and heroism. It’s an icon of WW II fighters; why shouldn’t you build one? That’s the question Chris Chianelli asked me, and it’s why he proposed this project. A 1/6- scale model yields a 74-inch wingspan—big enough to fly right yet still small enough to transport. The new, larger displacement, 2-stroke glow engines fit this size perfectly.

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