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The link to 1:4 3/4 Westland Lysander Gas EP ARF 126" has been copied
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Unique models built to exacting standards!
With quality wood construction, high-wing placement, and easy-to-control, docile flight characteristics, the 1:4 ¾ scale Westland Lysander is a plane you'll love to own. It comes pre-covered and with much of the construction done so you can focus on what’s important—putting in the best gear and soaring! These aircraft were used by the British Army during WWII to drop off and retrieve agents from behind enemy lines in occupied France. Its exceptional agility and ability to use short landing strips or unprepared fields made it invaluable for the role.
Designed for compatibility with both GP and EP flight packs
Covered in high-quality film
Removable top hatch for easy access to batteries or radio gear
Intriguing scale outline with realistic, light, fiberglass cowl
Full high-quality hardware package
Functional panel flaps
Two piece wing for easy assembly and transport
This model is designed for use with either gas or electric power plants.
A large interior compartment is perfect for either a fuel tank or flight battery and the easily removable hatch makes accessing it easy.
Intriguing scale outline with realistic, light, fiberglass cowl.
Easily access your radio gear or batteries with the Lysander's easy to remove top hatch cover.
Soaring with the scale Westland Lysander is as majestic as it is exciting!
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Rick Z.5.0 star rating
Phoenix Model 1/4 3/4 Lizzy
Review by Rick Z. on 24 Sep 2017review stating Phoenix Model 1/4 3/4 Lizzy
Well worth the wait, I'm from Canada and a big plane like the lizzy is very hard to get here being over sized for shipping but I managed through some hoops to get it! Once here there was a plan. To take this well constructed ARF, and model it after a full size lysander displayed in the museum in Hamilton Ontario Canada . So the work was on I have the kit,I have the engine (DLE 60 twin),I have all the electronics and also I had all the new covering (Avery car wrap) to transform this bird into a piece of history. The challenge was wrapping the plane in the new colours the Avery r Wrap worked well over the original covering. Once done the building started with the assistance of a fellow flyier we mounted the engine it went well along with the electronics, the assembly went quick Phoenix Model company put some thought into this plane,it has some nice unique features. At the field testing started engine ran great and the Maiden flight was good, abit sensitive and needed some nose weight ( the recommended throws are all that's needed trust them!!) after the adjustments the lizzy flies great We're very happy with it Thank you Rick Z.
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Review by Bob Z. on 20 Nov 2017review stating 1:43/4 Westland Lysander
Working on the Lysander,overall quality is really good.parts fit very well in general.I had to use a Dremel to slightly enlarge anterior end of stabilizer sleeve to get the proper fit,but that was effortless.This is a very unique aircraft and will certainly be a looker at the field!!!
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Capt G.5.0 star rating
Review by Capt G. on 20 Sep 2017review stating Unusual Airplane
Went together with no problems. A great flyer on electric power. Attention getter at the field. Nice size.
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That G.5.0 star rating
Review by That G. on 19 Sep 2017review stating Amazing Airplane!
This is an amazing airplane from top to bottom. Well thought out design, easy to assemble and flies like the proverbial homesick angel. 12s 30c 5000 mah battery with a 6374-192 electric motor and a 120 amp ESC. 20x10 APC prop gives 2700 watts at 68 amps. 25.5 lbs ready-to-fly. Floats around scale and low-passes are a thing of beauty. Drop flaps, set up final and she comes straight in. Flare just before touching and a main gear landing soft as can be. This one's a winner!
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Kenned3.0 star rating
Solid Value but hard to use non factory options
Review by Kenned on 28 Sep 2017review stating Solid Value but hard to use non factory options
The good: This is a solidly engineered airplane that is designed well. Fit and finish is good and you will be pleased with the final product. The bad: if you decide to buy this be aware it is designed to use only the factory/manual recommended parts. If you use a DA 50 you will be reengineering your firewall. This firewall is cut and drilled for a DLE61 and if your engine doesn’t have the exact same bolt pattern roll up your sleeves. It would have been better if they don’t drill it out at all but burned in a drilling guide for different engines. As it is there is no guide or alignment markings. Next: the decal sheet smelled like a chemical spill. Beware open up this sheet and let it air out in the garage for a week or two. Arghh
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