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Feb 22, 2011, 02:17 PM
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Thank you guys those look very nice and are they ready to buy
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Feb 22, 2011, 02:21 PM
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Thank you guys those look very nice and are they ready to buy
your very welcome i had to go rip boxes open for you lol but i believe they are ready to buy just no pics yet
Feb 23, 2011, 10:16 AM
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would like to know the price of the plane ,is it rtf? or a airframe?
Feb 23, 2011, 08:56 PM
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would like to know the price of the plane ,is it rtf? or a airframe?
Not sure if price yet but should be available in both
Feb 25, 2011, 07:13 AM
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hello it says ready for flaps? but in the pics the top of the wings dont look ready for flaps? and can you tell me the diameter of the spinner on it thanks art
Feb 25, 2011, 11:29 AM
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Look at the bottom of the wing and the servo pocket it there
Feb 25, 2011, 08:20 PM
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hello it says ready for flaps? but in the pics the top of the wings dont look ready for flaps? and can you tell me the diameter of the spinner on it thanks art
It is flap ready and when I get back I will have to measure it for you I'm guessing 3 inch to 3.5
Apr 26, 2011, 09:01 AM
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So, when you have this plane in stock Mr. Nitroplanes?
Apr 26, 2011, 10:48 AM
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stripes on the wings are too narrow and too close to the fuselage . none of the p 51 series had a 3 blade prop... I am not sure about the a 36 apache dive bomber. the invasion stripes should be on the bottom of the way at least and should be at least as wide as the stripes on the fuselage.

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Actually the P-51A, with the Allison engines had 3 blade props. But this clearly a P-51D.

I would kill for someone to make an accurate representation of the P-51A model. Or its UK counterpart with the wing mounted cannons!
Apr 30, 2011, 11:07 PM
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So whats the deal with this one? Will you in fact actually carry it? Or should we look elseware? Id like to pick one up this size but really dont want to wait too much longer. B
May 09, 2011, 12:39 AM
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So whats the deal with this one? Will you in fact actually carry it? Or should we look elseware? Id like to pick one up this size but really dont want to wait too much longer. B
We do hope to carry it we are just working out some bugs so you guys get a problem free plane
May 14, 2011, 01:40 AM
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Why another Mustang? Circle talk again.
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May 14, 2011, 01:42 AM
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There is way too much Over Saturation of the p-51 Mustang and p-38 on the market. Myself, and many others at my club, already have 10 Mustangs and do not want another darn Mustang or P-47! A FMS or Kyosho FW-190a and an early 1950s 64mm-70mm P-80 or T-33a Shooting Star EDF Jet is needed.
Why keep pushing these Mustangs and modern era EDF jets?

This Mustang honeymoon is over!!!!

P.S Hangar 9 has already come out with yet another Corsair (50), when thousands of people have already converted their H9 60 Corsair to electric! Stupid. More copy cat of the competition which goes round and round in more "circle talk" and nothing seems to progress in an innovative direction.
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May 14, 2011, 06:58 AM
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There is way too much Over Saturation of the p-51 Mustang and p-38 on the market. Myself, and many others at my club, already have 10 Mustangs and do not want another darn Mustang or P-47! A FMS or Kyosho FW-190a and an early 1950s 64mm-70mm P-80 or T-33a Shooting Star EDF Jet is needed.
Why keep pushing these Mustangs and modern era EDF jets?

This Mustang honeymoon is over!!!!

P.S Hangar 9 has already come out with yet another Corsair (50), when thousands of people have already converted their H9 60 Corsair to electric! Stupid. More copy cat of the competition which goes round and round in more "circle talk" and nothing seems to progress in an innovative direction.
The different is this mustang has a nice size, not too big, not too small.
Alot of them with 1400mm wingspan, too big, can not fit in many cars.
That why I think this is gonna be a good one.
May 14, 2011, 01:43 PM
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I know this particular Mustang has a decent 47" wing size, the main point is that We are looking for something with some originality and innovation. Look at the Dynam's "Meteor" EDF sport jet, which is another Habu Copy Cat wanna-be. Look at Hobby-Lobby's "Rebel", yes, another Habu Copy Cat wanna-be. Plus what does Horizon do? They now have developed another Habu Original, this time as a 32e 80mm. Why not a F-84 or T-33a/P-80 Shooting Star EDF in 64mm or 70mm jets? The straight winged jets of the early 1950s are over looked except for the Panther by RC- Lander, StarMax and Free Wing.
Tim Wan of RC-Lander got it right with a 90mm T-33a but that is 90mm and too large and at $450.00 a little too pricey at this time.

Originality is needed in this industry!!!!!
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