Wow, if those speeds are genuinely accurate then I'm pretty impressed.

Anyone know how they managed to do this... get a really nice looking P-51 replica, with a moderate-speed-looking airfoil, to get down there into the Cessna 150 and LSA stall range?

The Titan website offers these.... *spectacular*... performance numbers. I believe the aircraft also cures the common cold and prevents aging :

Standard Metric

Empty Weight: 850 - 1,180 lbs 385.6 - 535.2 kg

Gross Weight: 1,320 - 1,850 lbs 598.7 - 839.1 kg

Wing Span: 24 ft 7.32 m

Wing Area: 118 sq ft 10.96 sq m

Engine: Rotax 912/914, Suzuki V6, Honda V6, & GM V8

Power: 80 - 300 hp 59 - 224 kw

VNE: 215 mph 346 kph

Cruise Speed: 1 50 - 190 mph 241 - 306 kph

Stall Speed: 42 - 52 mph 67 - 84 kph

Range: 720 mi 1,159 km

Climb Rate: 1,200 - 2,500 fpm 6.1 - 12.7 m/s

Take Off Run: 250 - 400 ft 76.2 - 121.92 m

Landing Roll: 300 - 400 ft 91.44 - 121.92 m

Ceiling: 16,000 - 18,000 ft 4,876.8 - 5486.4 m