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Old Nov 11, 2011, 08:37 PM
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Parkflyer Mustangs

Well I decided to dip into airframe kits and the first one was the Parkzone Mustang airframe. At the same time I ordered the PZ mustang my Tower Hobbies mustang finally came back into stock and was also shipped. Installation of electronics in the PZ airframe was easier than expected and I also added a rudder which was also a breeze. I did have to modify both planes to be able to use larger batteries and that was a bit more work than I thought it would be. Both mustangs are fun to fly, the TH mustang is a bit heavier due to the wood in the fuse but it has the option of landing gears which the PZ doesn't unless I decide to install stuff. The TH landing gears suck so I will probably order the PZ Corsair landing gears for it. I am now a huge fan of PZ airframes, will order another warbird. I just need to decide which warbird to get, Spitfire, P47D, or BF109 and will make it a 4s for the power and speed.
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