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P51 Mustang



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The P51 Mustang is named by many to be the plane that made the biggest impact by turning the odds in World War 2. Not only were they fast, reliable, manoeuvrable and able to protect the bombers on the runs deep into enemy territory, but the were good in aerial combat too. Although it is not Aviatix vision to model planes in competition with other manufacturers who already have well known and good models like the CARF P51 mustang, and rather do civilian planes that have not been modelled before, we have had enquiries from customers wanting an RTF Mustang that is cheaper and smaller than the lovely CARF versions out there.

The electric gear used is the very reliable Down and Locked 180 Platinum series including the gear door sequencer and retractable tailwheel and the scale detail will impress.

Petrolheads can choose the Radio combo solution where you still get the completed plane, and can install the gas or glo motors of your preference.

The wing is in 2 pieces and with removable stabs the P51 is easy to get to the field and will fit into most SUV,s or midsize vehicles.

Beechcraft Duke - General Specifications

 FullsizeAviatix ElectricAviatix Gas/Nitro
CrewOne Pilot1 RC Pilot - Intermediate flying skills 1 RC Pilot - Intermediate flying skills
Capacity5 PassengersKen and 5 Barbie DollsKen and 5 Barbie Dolls
Length33'10" (10.31m)74" / 1,875m74" / 1,875m
Wingspan39'3.15" (11.97m)86" / 2,176m86" / 2,176m
Height12'4" (3.76m)26" / 0,683m26" / 0,683m
Wing Area212.9 sq. ft (19.78m2)
Aspect Ratio
Empty Weight4275lb (1939kg)13lb (6kg)
Max takeoff weight6775lb (3073kg)19lb(9kg)
Fuel Capacity2 x 6S Lipo 5000mAh
Powerplant2 x Lycoming TIO -541 6 Cylinder2 x .46 Aviatix Brushless Motor
11lb / 5kg thrust each

Beechcraft Duke - Performance

 Fullsize Aviatix Electric Aviatix Gas/Nitro
Maximum Speed
248 knots (270 mph,434 km/h)
Cruise Speed
178 knots (205 mph,330 km/h)
Stall Speed (Wheels & Flaps down)
73 knots (84 mph,135 km/h)
1227 nmi (1413 mi, 2274km)8 minutes 10 minutes
Service ceiling
30 000 ft (9145m)7000 ft 8000 ft
Rate of climb
1601 ft/min (8,1 m/s)
Take-off run
Landing Distance

Beechcraft Duke - History

 FullsizeAviatix ElectricAviatix Gas/Nitro
Role6 Seater piston TwinYour own twin engine Beechcraft plane Your own twin engine Beechcraft plane
ManufacturerBeechcraftAviatix Model Aviatix Model
First Flight01-Feb-68
StatusOperational Coming soonComing soon
Years ProducedJuly 1968-19832017-Current2017-Current
Number built546Will be building 546 Will be building 546

Beechcraft Duke - Colour options

Select your favourite color combination from the 5 shown here, but if you do not find it, we always have the custom option that will allow you to place a custom order, prepay and supply us with pictures of your personal choice and we will make your customized dream plane a reality.
Colour 1Colour 2Colour 3
Colour 4Colour 5

Learjet Test Flight

Beechcraft Duke - Radio System & Batteries Setup

When you purchase the radio combo or RTF versions of our planes, you will be getting all the servos and radio gear already factory installed professionally! The added cost is comparable or often less than what you would pay purchasing those items seperately. We get a much better deal directly from the manufacturers of Servos for some of the main servo brands and well known brands like Align Helicopters. We also select the perfect servo and weight combination for the application saving you the school fees losing a plane because of a servo failure. On the major flight surfaces we use only Metal or Titanium gear digital coreless servos of and on other functions metal gear and sometimes analog servos for some functions requiring it.

Plug your Receiver in and match the channels as per this table, set the correct control throws, charge the batteries, and you are ready to fly!

Included is the Channel requirements and setup specifications. Note: DL500 in the Receiver channels needed are functions handled by the DL500 Gear Controller sequencer and no radio channels are needed for such operation. The DL500 comes with the correct Learjet software and profile already installed.

Airplane functionReceiver Channels neededMovement Up / LeftMovement Down / RightExponential
Aileron - L422mm20mm25%
Aileron - R522mm20mm25%
Gear6Electric D&L 120 JetPowered by RX Batt
Nav & Strobe lights8
Landing lights9Landing - LLanding - R
Geardoors - MainDL500

Recommend batteriesTypeCapacityQty
Radio system2-3S Lipo 7.4-11.1V3500 mAh min1 or 2
Motor6S Lipo 22.2V5000+mAh2 (One for Each motor)

Aviatix planes are made of the finest materials using the best equipment and processes. The result is a flyable quality plane that will need little maintenance as long as they are properly flown and treated. Our planes can withstand the average bad landings we all have sometime or in rough weather conditions!  Please keep in mind that although we do engineer a fair amount of redundancy into parts, in order to deliver a plane that flies well, it needs to be light. To do that, its built and engineered to be flown hard into air, but not into something harder than the air! In the event of an accident, we do have the parts to repair it.

All our planes have many options adding the perfect scale reality, all the way from the wheels below to the beacon light on the tail. Our Radio combo and Ready to Fly versions come standard with all you need to enjoy your plane to the maximum. If any parts are damaged and you would like to replace it or buy the same parts for another older plane, we will have it available.


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