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Jun 16, 2016, 03:56 AM
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E-Flite UMX P-51 BL BNF Basic


UMX P-51 BL BNF Basic

Key Features

3000Kv BL 180 outrunner
Stability and precision of AS3X technology
Incredibly scale outline
Clear canopy with pilot figure
Gun, exhaust and panel-line details
WWII USAAC 20th Fighter Group Trim Scheme
Performance linear long-throw servos
Proportional 4-channel control
Removable landing gear with accurately positioned tail wheel
Realistic-looking 4-blade propeller
Overview

This remarkably detailed, brushless-powered recreation of World War II’s most iconic fighter is small enough to be flown almost anywhere. And because it’s equipped with innovative AS3X technology, it will feel like you’re at the controls of a much larger, expertly-tuned model that flies like it’s on rails right out of the box.

Powerful 3000Kv 180-Size Brushless Motor with a 4-Blade Prop
In addition to the speed and climb performance of a brushless motor, you also get the realism of an efficient 4-blade propeller that perfectly complements the model’s other scale details. The power system is designed for use with a 200-280mAh 2S 7.4V LiPo battery (sold separately).

AS3X Stabilization Technology
The AS3X technology built into the receiver works behind the scenes to smooth out the effects of wind and turbulence. The result is a sense of stability and precision that makes you feel like you’re flying a bigger model.

Unrivaled Scale Detail
The outline of the model is designed to look incredibly scale from any angle. The trim scheme and markings are that of a P-51D that flew with the 75th Sq., 20th Fighter Group during World War II. Other details include a clear canopy with pilot figure, exhaust stacks, gun details, molded panel lines and more.

Removable Landing Gear and Steerable Tail Wheel
The main landing gear features scale looking tires and wheels as well as gear door panels. The steerable tailwheel is positioned directly behind the belly scoop, just like it was on the full-scale version. All landing gear components can easily be removed to give the model a more realistic appearance in flight.


Product Specifications

Wingspan: 19.4 in (493.0 mm)
Overall Length: 17.3 in (439.5 mm)
Wing Area: 68.6 Sq In (4.4 Sq dm)
Flying Weight: 3.15oz (90g)
Motor Size: 3000kV 180 Brushless
Radio: 4+ Channel
Servos: Included
Prop Size: 4.5 x 3.0 in 4 blade
Spinner Size: 31mm
Recommended Battery: 280mAh 2S 7.4V 30C LiPo Battery
Flaps: No
Retracts: No
Scale: 1/23
Landing Gear: Yes
Experience Level: Intermediate
Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required: No

Manual: http://www.e-fliterc.com/ProdInfo/Fi...-Manual-EN.pdf

E-flite UMX P-51 BL BNF Basic (2 min 43 sec)
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Jun 16, 2016, 05:14 AM
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Mustang


This is on my "must get" list.

Thanks Chuck. It's good to hear from you.
Jun 16, 2016, 07:20 AM
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retracts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jun 16, 2016, 07:24 AM
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It would be almost impossible to make this with retracts. the wing is far too thin. it looks great though. great to see more 2S umxs.... Shame they didn't listen to the HOARDES of people asking for a UMX Wildcat!
Jun 16, 2016, 07:44 AM
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Yeah same old.. it seems there's 3 new P51s a year from horizon... kinda getting old now... there are other warbirds out there guys...
Jun 16, 2016, 07:59 AM
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Which rx does it have. Is it a 6 channel like in the Beast?
Rich
Jun 16, 2016, 08:01 AM
Parkstormer!
I'm not surprised, given how well I think the 2S P-47's been received, and the popularity of the E-Flite Mustangs generally. I expect that it will sell (and fly) very well; I wouldn't be surprised to see a 2S Corsair next, or maybe a 2S Spitfire. At some point I hope they get around to a 2S 109, 190, Zero, Wildcat, etc. That'd be awesome . . .
Jun 16, 2016, 09:40 AM
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Looks Nice! WildCat would have been much better!
Last edited by electricboy; Jun 16, 2016 at 10:50 AM.
Jun 16, 2016, 09:45 AM
No Guts, No Glory!
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I'm in .... and hoping the F4U is the next one
Jun 16, 2016, 10:16 AM
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Very nice. Not my #1 choice but certainly not too low on the list (actually it would be 3rd after the Spitfire and 109). And I'm relieved it is a 2s.
Definitely getting this little guy. That wing looks fully molded too.
Jun 16, 2016, 10:39 AM
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In for all the knee-jerk complaining, and because I'd like this plane.

Props to comment #3 for not disappointing
Jun 16, 2016, 10:47 AM
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Originally Posted by richgraf
Which rx does it have. Is it a 6 channel like in the Beast?
Rich
Looks like the same one to me: DSM2 6 Ch Ultra Micro AS3X Receiver BL ESC EFLU4864
Jun 16, 2016, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by GradyLee
I'm not surprised, given how well I think the 2S P-47's been received, and the popularity of the E-Flite Mustangs generally. I expect that it will sell (and fly) very well; I wouldn't be surprised to see a 2S Corsair next, or maybe a 2S Spitfire. At some point I hope they get around to a 2S 109, 190, Zero, Wildcat, etc. That'd be awesome . . .
They have done a FW190 in larger size, so I'm hoping that's the one. Not the D model though, those suck. Long nose FW190s look dumb.
Jun 16, 2016, 11:04 AM
One more flight...
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Wish it wasn't another D model, I'd have liked it to be a P-51C
Jun 16, 2016, 11:10 AM
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Another P-51D

Didn't see this one coming from a mile away!

They could've at least put a battery door on it like the Champ and J-3.


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