Parkzone Mustang (2005-2009)

Brand: ParkZone

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
3
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
3
Value for money:
3

READER REVIEWS
Rob Macskimming  |  Nov 08, 2013

Strengths:
Fast and stable. Great for a quick fly at the local field with no taking the model apart to transport it. . .
Weaknesses:
Fuselage construction is very basic and weak and needed a fair amount of work to strengthen up. . . .
Overall:
Good value and a good flying model if you like warbirds without the hassle of taking the wings off to transport. With a little time and effort to strengthen the model in places this kit will withstand general knocks for a long time. . .

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
3
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
4
Value for money:
3
Simon Clouting  |  Jun 22, 2011

Strengths:
Cheaper than the brushless version. ready to go in about 30 mins. . .
Weaknesses:
Underpowered and difficult to launch if inexperienced. Need to hold it straight and level on launch to allow speed to build up otherwise it will roll in. . .
Overall:
Not for beginners. The FW-190 has a better power to weight ratio and is easier to fly. . .

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
3
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
3
Value for money:
3
Thomas Barwick  |  May 30, 2009

Strengths:
Looks nice,covered foam prevents foam getting crushed. . . .
Weaknesses:
underpowered. . . .
Overall:
Nice RtTF had mine 3 years and it's still going strong. But could do with a bit more power. . .

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
4
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
3
Value for money:
4
David Ashby - moderator  |  May 20, 2009

Strengths:
One of the first RTF park-fly warbirds worth having. . . .
Weaknesses:
Perhaps a tad under-powered. . . .
Overall:
Looked good, flew well but of its time(brushed motors and NiMH batteries). . . .

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
4
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
3
Value for money:
3
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