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    F-84F Thunderstreak

    F-84F Thunderstreak

    $19.95

    Description:An Air Force jet fighter of the '50s, the Thunderstreak formed the basis for this Walt Musciano-designed ducted fan. Built of balsa and lite-ply, this small R/C airframe is fully
    Additional Information: sheeted and planked. It uses a Midwest RK-049 fan unit and is hand-launched. WS: 33.5 in.; L: 39 in.; area: 235 sq. in.; engine: .049; 2 to 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Fantrainer

    Fantrainer

    $19.95

    Description:Here's a sport-scale model that delivers performance with a Cox TD engine. Paul Willenborg's design uses available materials and basic modeling techniques. It's best
    Additional Information: for intermediate fliers who want to experience the fun of ducted-fan flight. WS: 36.5 in.; L: 34.25 in.; area: 195 sq. in.; engine: TD .049; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Sting'r E - Mk. I & Mk. II

    Sting'r E - Mk. I & Mk. II

    $19.95

    Description: An electric ducted-fan flyer with one or two motors

    Designed by Jesse Shepherd, the Sting'r E Mk.I and Mk.II are lightweight electric ducted-fan sport flyers that use one or two KP-44 fan units for power. Traditional balsa and plywood construction is used throughout, but you should use 4 to 6 lb./cu. ft. balsa for construction. The dual-fan version has excellent flight performance, and the single-fan version flies nicely in calm conditions.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Electric single or dual ducted-fan sport flyer
    • Wingspan: Mk.I, 32 in.; Mk.II, 36 in.
    • Length: 27.5 in.
    • Wing Area: Mk.I, 196 sq. in.; Mk.II 223 sq. in.
    • Weight: Mk.I, 9.5 oz.; Mk.II, 15.5 oz.
    • Wing Loading: Mk.I, 7 oz./sq. ft.; Mk.II, 10 oz/sq. ft.
    • Motors Used: one or two K&P Aero Models KP-44 fan units
    • Radio Req'd: 3-channel (rudder, elevator and throttle)
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1
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    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Skyburner .60

    Skyburner .60

    $23.95

    Description:This 9.5-pound, entry-level ducted fan can be built with available materials for less than $100 (not including engine, fan and radio, and with a fixed landing gear). The Skyburner has sheeted-foam wings. Depending on how you configure it, you
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    Douglas F4D-1 Skyray

    Douglas F4D-1 Skyray

    $34.95

    Description:This precision, 1/7-scale model by Mark Frankel can be flown off grassy fields. Mixing radio with at least 7
    Additional Information: channels is required. WS: 57.5 in.; L: 77.5 in.; engine: O.S. .91; fan unit: Dynamax.
    Difficulty Level:
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    F-106 Delta Dart

    F-106 Delta Dart

    $27.95

    Designed by Dan Savage, this highly unusual Electric Ducted Fan (EDF) powered Jet is sport scale but it includes a fully-cambered airfoil, reflex training edge and scale leading edge droop. Featuring basic wood and lite-ply construction used throughout, it has excellent flight performance. As with all Delta- wing airplanes, it has very good slow speed performance. Designed to use a 70mm EDF unit and retracts, the Delta Dart also has a laser-cut short kit and a step by step guide available from the author at: www.savagelight.com

    Wing Span: 28"; Length: 49-1/2"; Radio: 3 Channels: Throttle, Elevator/Ailerons (w/Elevon mix); Power: WeMoTec Minifan 480/Kyosho AP-29L hybrid; LD: 2; 3 Sheets
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