Peck Polymer P-51 with PZUM T-28/P-51 Guts
Anyone successfully transfer the guts from the Parkzone UM T-28 or P-51 into one of these peanut scale Peck Polymer Planes?
I don't feel like repairing the wing & fuse of my PZUM T-28, but the electronics are still good.
They are around a 13"wing span and designed to fly with rubber band power.
I have never built a balsa/covering plane and the $20 price tag on the kit is attractive.
Peck Polymer Balsa & Tissue Planes:
it's my second project: a FW 190 from blue bottle squadron. Motor: AP03 1S, ESC from MPS, servo 1,3 Gr, Battery 1s 240 mAh, and a deltang for the Rx but you can, with this scale, use a PZ brick . For a wallnut, I think that the good weight would be 35-40 Gr in order to get good flying
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