Force RC P-51 Mustang Assembly & Flight Review

Oh, Sonny Boy, the sky, the sky is calling…

cheap generic viagra The P-51 truly is unmistakable in it’s design and, needless to say, is quite popular in the RC warbird circles.  Well, this week, we’re featuring the Force RC P-51 Mustang available from Horizon Hobby.  This is a kit that’s been available for some time and at 1100 mm wingspan, is just a cute little model.  The airplane carries the moniker of “Sonny Boy” with green and yellow checkboards on the nose which is pretty unique and different compared to the typical red and yellow checkers you see represented.

Doing a little research, I found that the full sized “Sonny Boy” was actually flown by Lt. Ted E. Hoffman as a part of the 343rd Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group during World War II from 1944-1945.  Lt Hoffman scored four air victories in the airplane in fact, though they’re not actually represented on the model.  Even so, I found it a great tribute to a notable airplane and pilot from WWII!

 

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Tearing into the kit, there’s primarily just 4 main pieces in assembling the airplane.  The first item is to get the receiver installed into the fuselage and start connecting all of the servos to it.  I wanted to try out one of the new antenna-less spektrum receivers, so picked up an AR620 which fit about perfectly into the cutout in the fuselage and worked fantastically!  trusted tablets pharmacy Continue reading