Stock Electric Warbirds Rules

updated June 2023

The rules are pretty simple…when you open the box and put what’s in the box together…that is STOCK!  Use the manufacturer recommended size battery…i.e. whatever cell size (i.e. 3, 4, or 5, cells).  And use the prop that came in the box…they are readily available at the hobby shop and on-line. Below are some known models and their data.

Motion RC Warbirds (Pick One) 

FMS P-51 Mustang V2   Four variations available.   14.8V, 10.5 X 8, 4-blade prop

FMS Kawasaki KI-61 “Tony” No longer in stock. 14/8V, 10.5 X 7, 3-blade prop

Durafly T-28 “Trojan” 1100 mm/43”. 14.8V, 10 X 6, 3-blade prop

Durafly Bf.109E-4    14.8V, 11.5 X 8, 3-blade prop

Durafly “MK2A Spitfire”    14.8V, 11.25 X 7, 3-blade prop

Arrows P-51 V2 “Detroit Miss”    11.1V, 10 X 7, 4-blade prop

ROC Hobby “2G Super Corsair” Discontinued    14.8V, 10.5 X 8, 4-blade pro

ROC Hobby P-39 “Cobra II”   14.8V, 10.5 X 8, 4-blade prop

ROC Hobby P-51 “Strega”    14.8V, 10.5 X 8, 4-blade prop

FlightLine P-38 “Lightning” 1600/63”    12×7 3 Blade Propeller / 12×8 2 Blade Propeller High


  • If your model is not listed please bring the Instruction Manual for your model to validate battery and prop.
  •  If challenged by a fellow flyer, be prepared to provide details such as the manual, the box, or online information.

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