|What the Pro says!
Every single thing is included in the Artech P51 Mustang except 8 aa
batteries for the transmitter. Even a simulator disk and a cable to connect
the TX to your PC.
Even a spare scale four bladed prop.
Even good quality English instructions.
Even a screwdriver for the six screws that are needed for assembly.
No glue is required.
It took 20 minutes to put the whole thing together, including the extra
detail stickers they included...
The provided 4ch 72mhz radio has worked perfectly, though you could switch
it out for Spectrum if you wanted. The lipo charger and 1300mah lipo work
At the field, the plane is a tremendous flyer. The first flight required
only a few clicks of up trim, then I proceeded to do every possible four
channel maneuver in the book...stall turns, rolls, loops, cuban 8s,
spins, snaps, touch and goes, whatever. It will to it
all. It has plenty of power. I took it up to speck height and dove it
straight down, and pulled out very hard, nothing fell off, so the airframe
can take anything you throw at it, strenght-wise. It's very maneuverable,
and very stable, and would be a great first warbird, or a great plane
for the more experienced pilot to keep in the back of the car and throw
around any place you see a field. THe landing gear comes off in two
seconds with no tools, and the plane is very easy to hand launch and belly
in over grass.
Construction quality is superb, everything fit, everythign was well made,
and nothing has broken in a dozen flights, and the plane has no bad habits.
I love it.