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Kyosho Warbird Series P-51D Mustang
No.11823LB (w/landing gear)

World War II History:

The Mustang, designed initially to meet a British requirement for fighter service in Europe, became the leading US fighter in the European Theater of Operation during the final months of the war.  The Mustang was designed and rolled out in 117 days.  It was first flown on October 26, 1940.  The P-51is the synergism of every contemporary advanced aerodynamic and structural design; primarily, it was the first fighter  with a laminar wing design.  As a result, it held an exceptional internal fuel capacity and low drag enabling it to fly an extended combat radius. 

The RAF first flew the P-51 on July 27, 1942 as the MK I Mustang, of which 620 were ordered.  Although the aircraft had great potential, it was limited by its Allison engine and relegated primarily to ground attack and reconnaissance roles.

The USAAF ordered 500 Mustangs, the first buy as A-36A dive-bombers in late 1942.  With an Allison powered V-1710-87 engine, the aircraft demonstrated high power at low level; however, it was inefficient above 15,000 feet with it's single-stage supercharger.  The aircraft wasn't really wanted for an attack role, but was employed as a means to maintain the production line while the merits of the airframe was being argued.  The A-36A was named the "Apache", then later the "Invader" until the name "Mustang" stuck.  The aircrafts were moderately successful in the Mediterranean area of operation; claiming its share of aerial victories against the Luftwaffe in air-to-air combat.

Cautiously, the USAAF ordered an initial 150 P-51s mounted with four 20 mm cannons.  Thereafter, 310 P-51As were ordered, with a 1,200 hp V-1710-81 engine, and four 0.5-in machine guns with racks for two 500-lb bombs. 

The British took a dramatic step that began to turn off the cautious attitude toward the Mustang by proposing the Merlin engine be fitted into the air frame.  There was even discussion that the engine should be placed behind the cockpit, similar to the P-39 configuration.  In 1942, with installation of the two-stage Merlin engines and four-bladed propellers, the Mustang performed extremely well, exceeding 400 mph; and, the transformation produced a fighter that could equal or outperform any other aircraft in the air at that time. North American developed plans to manufacture the P-51 with the license-built Merlin 61, the Packard V-1650-3 in-line engine.

The USAAF ordered 2,200 P-51Bs followed on by the P-51Cs. 
The aircrafts were mounted with six 0.5 machine guns. The
P-51D variant was ordered in 1943 and was introduced with
the bubble canopy and dorsal fin to control stability
problems.  Even though the Malcom hood, which enhanced
visibility on the British Mustang Mk II and  Mk III, was
employed by the USAAF, it was the bubble canopy that became
the standard feature of the P-51.  Few P-51Ds were operated
by the British as the Mustang Mk V.  Later P-51Ds included
an additional 85-gal fuel cell behind the pilot's seat. 
This enabled the Mustang's combat radius to extend from
England to Berlin and back

Kyosho has reproduced the Mustang P51 with a factory-assembled balsa main fuselage expertly covered in lightweight film. Just apply the shark mouth and other decals for the finishing touches. Special graphic decals are already applied. The glow fuel resistant high-quality single color film is expertly applied in layers to produce the camouflage patterns and is also resistant to creasing from large variations in temperature and humidity. The detailed camouflage pattern looks extremely complicated but the result is a magnificent finish that you will admire as soon as you set your eyes on it. And the Mustang P51 also delivers its excellent quality at a great value price! However, one of the main advantages of the lightweight finish of the Mustang P51 is its ease of control, which you will discover is ideal for beginner low-wing flight.

Relive the excitement of flying one of the most famous warplanes ever to prowl the skies with this highly detailed scale reproduction!

Parts Included
260cc Fuel Tank
Moving Tail Gear
Main Gear
Linkage Parts
Required for Operation
R/C System / 4-ch, 5-servo R/C system for airplanes
Engine / 2-cycle .40~.46, 4-cycle .52~.53
Propeller / D6~10 x P7~D12 x P6
Engine Starting Tools, Fuel
Main structure is made from lightweight balsa. Special fuselage characteristics of the Spitfire are also faithfully reproduced and factory-finished.
Factory-covered in high-quality lightweight film that maintains its color even if splashed with glow fuel and doesn’t wrinkle from variations in temperature.
Either a fixed landing gear or retracts (sold separately) can be used.
Internal structure is already prepared for installation of retractable landing gear.
Plenty of space inside the fuselage makes linkage setup much easier. As the servo bed is already installed, just use linkage parts supplied to complete the few simple remaining steps. The intelligent design also lets the plane to find its center of gravity naturally.
Nicely detailed engine cowl
Length: 1,182mm
Wing Span: 1,422mm
Total Weight: 2,400g ~ 2,500g (approx.)
Wing Area: 34.0dm2
Wing Load: 79.4g/dm2
Wing Type: NACA 1415
Engine: 2-Stroke 40-46 Class (sold separately)
4-Stroke 52-53 Class (sold separately)
R/C System: 4-ch, 5-servo (sold separately)
<6 servos required when using retractable landing gear >

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