Besides being extremely fun to fly, warbirds just simply look amazing! Even scaled down to an itty-bitty size.
There are tons of micro warbirds out there to choose from, but we picked three of our favorites.
The P-51D Mustang is a drastic improvement from past Mustang models. The micro version now features AS3X technology which makes it still feel like you're flying a big beefy plane. This new design carried much gentler control response and a wider flight envelope.
The P-38 Lightning dosen't have any gyro technology on board but this gentle twin engine carries no bad habbits. There is no differential thrust but does have a steerable nose wheel. The small brushed motors give ample power and long flight times.
The Spitfire Mk IX also has AS3X but was the most challenging to fly. This micro is agile and maneuverable, but flown outside of its envelope it may become a challenge.
Alex and Josh Scott would say the P-51D Mustang was their favorite of the three.
Bixler preferred the character of the P-38 Lightning more but also said the Mustang was a close second.
Be careful when taking off on rough surfaces!
A word to the wise! If you are doing aerobatics indoors, make sure you have enough room!
Our visit to Pinnacle wouldn't be complete without decorating the nets before we leave.
Weather you are flying these indoors or out, all three we extremely impressive and FUN!
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