Dynam P-61 Black Widow Green Twin Engine Radio Controlled Warbird Airplane 1500mm 59" Wingspan - PNP/BNF/RTF - DY8973GN
P-61 Black Widow is a twin-engine, twin-boom bomber with tricycle landing gear. It is the first operational U.S. warplane designed as a night fighter with a nearly all-green appearance and the first RC aircraft designed to use radar. We are proud to launch the Dynam P-61 Black Widow Green 1500mm (59") twin-engined warbird. It has a familiar scale outline and excellent flight performance. P-61 enthusiasts can easily take the Dynam P-61 Black Widow Green warbird home and fly in the sky with great enjoyment.
This Dynam P-61 Black Widow Green plane is made with high-quality materials and features a durable EPO foam construction that can withstand the wear and tear of flying. The P-61 Black Widow Green RTF ready-to-fly is easy to assemble and comes with everything you need to get started, including a 6-channel 2.4Ghz transmitter, 6-CH receiver, 4S 14.8V 4000mAh battery, and charger. It also has a wide wingspan and large control surfaces, making it easy to fly and maneuver.
Dynam P-61 Black Widow Green 1500mm twin-engined warbird has a green appearance with a red pattern that deserves the title of Black Widow. Two-tiered canopy design and all-transparent tail cone fully reflect the P-61 features. Both top and bottom turrets have four guns, and the former can change the direction of pilots. There are bombs and an auxiliary fuel tank on the lower fuselage, which has excellent detail.
Adopt two Detrum BM3512A-KV650 motors to provide enough power and uses two Tomcat Skylord 40A ESCs to control precisely. 4S 14.8V 4000mAh Li-Po 25C Lipo battery can greatly extend the flight time for pilots. The counter-rotating 10.5*8*4 propellers effectively bring good flight performance. The four flaps design can increase the takeoff speed and reduce the landing speed, making the flight smooth. There are four navigation lights on the Dynam P-61 Black Widow Green. The light on the left wing tip is red, and the light on the right is green. The two lights on the landing edge of the wing are white. Pilots can understand the location and working direction of the airplane during the night flight by these lights.
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