Some have eliminated the light altogether, some have mounted it in the leading edge of the wing. It was suggested to mount it on the gear strut. If we cannot locate it in the proper place, we will go without it. I do not plan on flying after dark anyway.Could you mount the landing light elsewhere?
Nice plane, by the way. I've always thought the P-51 was one of the most beautiful planes ever built.
I'm sure they would fit, but only 10 watts. That would not be very much light.This would work, 2" with your choice of 25 or 45 degree beams, other options on the same site as well but most that looked more traditional were 3.25" and up. I have one of their large, flat multiple LED work lights on my truck, easy to connect, waterproof, rock solid.
View attachment 51159 View attachment 51160
Whaddya want, an egg in your beer? ;-p The numbers vary but an LED is definitely putting out more light per watt than an incandescent. The same site has 2" and 3" square ones that are much brighter I figured you'd prefer the look of a round one.I'm sure they would fit, but only 10 watts. That would not be very much light.
Do remember that only about 5% of the energy put into an incandescent light bulb comes out as visible light. The rest get turned into heat. LEDs are much more efficient, so a 10 W LED bulb puts out about as much light as a 50 W incandescent bulb.I'm sure they would fit, but only 10 watts. That would not be very much light.