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With quality wood construction, high-wing placement, and easy-to-control, docile flight characteristics, the 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. It’s 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
Full high-quality hardware package
Designed for compatibility with both GP and EP flight
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.
All of this comes in your ARF box!
Soaring with the scale Westland Lysander is as majestic as it is exciting!
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Sterlingbaydave4.0 star rating
Looks Good on the ground! Flies Good in the air!
Review by Sterlingbaydave on 27 Oct 2018review stating Looks Good on the ground! Flies Good in the air!
Purchased the Lysander last month and was surprised at the quality of the model right out of the box. Well packaged and no damage to anything. I built it for electric power using the RimFire .55 motor, 100 amp ESC, originally on 4 cell packs. Later changed to 6 cell packs to gain more speed. It flew good on 4 cells, however, I had to keep 3/4 to full throttle to keep it flying. The build took a little longer to complete than I expected, but was mostly straight forward with the exception of the landing gear, which required the wheel fairings to be opened up on the outboard sides to clear the wheels (see photos). I also had to trim the top center portion of the cowl around the windshield to allow it to be removed as the cowl caused interference. On a less significant note, the landing gear legs came painted white, which did not look right with the aircraft covered in silver film. They were painted silver, and all is well. The Lysander flies great! It is very stable and handles well. It does seem to bleed off airspeed quickly when the power is pulled back, so keep the speed up! With the long tapered wings, it comes down quickly if allowed to get too slow. Landings were smooth onto our grass flying field, and ground handling was good with the large wheels. I only have 5 flights on it so far, but I'm very pleased with the looks and handling of the aircraft.
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Review by Johnny5 on 26 Sep 2017review stating Over built.
All in all it's a nice kit and all the parts fit well. The plane is a little bit on the heavy side and for my taste slightly over built. The 45 to 50 glow engine I think is on the high side for a scale plane. I used a power 30 electric motor powers the plane fine. Able to swing a 14 inch propeller. Probably the worst thing that I did not like but easy to change was the pilot figure way too big and just look terrible. But I give it three out of five stars.
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Review by Matt L. on 18 Oct 2020review stating Great ARF
This was my second Phoenix kit and it's flown an entire season without any issues at all. I have a Saito 82 in mine and it's a bit heavy for this plane. It's probably better suited for a Saito 62. That said, it is a great flying plane. Had a dead stick into the brush and the airframe held up really well. Went back to the pits and fueled up for another flight. Pheonix Models really makes quality kits I can recommend. I have five of them all the way up to 50cc.
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5.0 star rating
Review by rickster on 28 Sep 2020review stating plane
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