There is an error on page 10 of the manual on steps 5 and 6 for the elevator control test. Disregard the photos for the elevator control test and refer to the text only.
5. Pull the stick back and the elevator control surface
should move upward.
6. Move the stick full forward. When this is done, the
elevator control surface should move down.
The transmitter you select must be a DSM2 full range (high power) Tx. The following is a list of some of the DSM2-equipped transmitters that are appropriate for the P-51D Mustang:
JR X9303 2.4
JR 12X 2.4
All Spektrum aircraft modules are also compatible.
The most successful fighter of WWII, the P-51D Mustang still thrills thousands today in air shows and air races around the world. Now anyone with a DSM2™ aircraft system can experience Mustang thrills on a smaller scale with this fully-aerobatic, brushless-powered Bind-N-Fly™ reproduction from ParkZone. And getting it airborne is about as simple as it gets. Just attach the wing and tail, charge the battery, bind the receiver to your full range DSM2 transmitter and you’re flying.
Victory rolls, Cuban-8s, Immelmans—ParkZone’s P-51D can do them all thanks to its powerful 480 brushless outrunner motor and semi-symmetrical airfoil. The paint scheme and decals are an authentic reproduction of the actual markings from “Gun Fighter,” a P-51D that regularly flies in airshows around the country. You even have the option of adding a 4th rudder channel for extra maneuverability (requires an additional servo, sold separately).
|Motor Size:||480-size 960Kv brushless outrunner|
|Speed Control:||18A brushless ESC|
|Charger:||DC-powered 3S balancing Li-Po, DC-powered 3S balancing Li-Po|
|Flying Weight:||25.0 oz (710 g), 25.0 oz (710 g)|
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