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    P-51D Mustang

    P-51D Mustang

    $27.95

    Description:Designed by Stephen Scotto, the P-51D uses traditional built-up construction and employs balsa and plywood throughout. Building tabs on the wing ribs ensure the correct washout at the wingtips.
    Additional Information: The plan is drawn using ModelCAD and was developed using Lloyd 3-views from Bob Holman. WS: 74 in.; L: 64.5 in.; engine: 1.20 2-stroke; radio: 4-channel; 3 sheets;
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    KI-61 Tony

    KI-61 Tony

    $19.95

    Description: An electric "Rising-Sun Warrior" of the South Pacific

    Designed by Mark Rittinger, the KI-61 Tony is an easy-to-build balsa model with a foam-core wing. The parts count is minimal, and construction is straightforward and simple. Designed specifically around the author's standard Magnetic Mayhem/Master Airscrew gearbox power system, the Tony's performance is impressive. Other power systems can also be used but are not shown on the plans.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: electric WW II Japanese fighter
    • Wingspan: 42 in.
    • Weight: 45 oz.
    • Wing Area: 318 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 20.38 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio req'd: 3- to 4-channel (elevator, throttle, ailerons, optional rudder)
    • Motor used: Kyosho Magnetic Mayhem reverse-wind motor with 3.5:1 Master Airscrew gearbox
    • Prop used: APC 12x10 E
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1

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    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Javelin

    Javelin

    $19.95

    Description:Hal "Pappy: deBolt's high-performance sailplane uses a flat-bottom Davis airfoil with .05 geared electric motors. Lightweight materials and conventional construction techniques make the plane suitable for both novice and advanced modelers.
    Additional Information: WS: 60 in.; L: 45.75 in.; Area: 550 sq. in.; Power: Electric; 3 channels; 1 sheet
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Ingram Foster Biplane

    Ingram Foster Biplane

    $19.95

    Description: A pioneering pusher desing for electrics!

    Designed by Pat Tritle, the Ingram Foster pusher biplane is an electric-powered scale model of the orginal Curtiss Pusher biplane. The model uses ordinary items such as toothpicks and bamboo skewers and the tail booms are mode of carbon-fiber tubes.
    Additional Information:

    • Wingspan: 43.75 in.
    • Wing Area: 621sq. in.
    • Weight: 25 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 5.85 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio req'd: 4-channel (throttle, aileron, elevator, rudder)
    • Motor used : Graupner Speed 400 (6V) with 4:1 gearbox
    • Prop used: APC 11x7 E
    • Difficulty Level: 3
    • Sheets: 1

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    Difficulty Level:
    LD3
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    Ford Tri-Motor A.T.5-Tin Goose

    Ford Tri-Motor A.T.5-Tin Goose

    $19.95

    Description:This semi-scale model offers a choice between three electric or internal-combustion engines. Straight-forward
    Additional Information: balsa construction in a design by Dennis Tapsfield. WS: 60 in.; L: 39.5 in.; power: (3) .049 or .05; 4 channels; 1 sheet.
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    Focke-Wulf FW 190

    Focke-Wulf FW 190

    $19.95

    Description:Designed by Marc Rittinger, the FW190 has a wood fuselage and a sheeted foam-core wing. The model is one piece, and the wing is not removable. Balsa and foam blocks give the fuselage its distinctive shape. No landing gear are used, and the model is designed to be hand-launched.
    Additional Information:
    • Wingspan: 42 in.
    • Length: 36-3/8 in.
    • Wing Area: 290 sq. in.
    • Weight: 38 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 18.9 oz./sq. ft.
    • Power Used: Multiplex 480-4G motor with 4.4:1 gearbox, Castle Creations Phoenix 45 brushless ESC, Tanic 3S1P 2450 Li-poly battery
    • Prop Used: 13x6.5 APC electric cut down to 12.5-in. diameter
    • Radio Req'd: 3 channel (throttle, aileron, elevator); rudder optional
    • # of sheets: 1
    • Difficulty Level: 2

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Farman Standard Type IV Biplane

    Farman Standard Type IV Biplane

    $19.95

    Description: Re-create pioneering aviation in your backyard!

    Designed by Pat Tritle, the Farman Standard Type IV Biplane is a very true-to-scale replica of a pioneering aeroplane. It uses traditional stick-and-tissue construction methods and isn't too difficult to build. It can be flown indoors in a large gym or outdoors in calm conditions.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Electric biplane
    • Wingspan: 35 in.
    • Length: 32.5 in.
    • Weight: 9.2 oz.
    • Wing Area: 445 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 3 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio system req'd: 4-channel w/ 3 sub-microservos), and 6 to 10A ESC w/ BEC
    • Motor: GWS w/ 6:1 gear drive
    • Propeller: APC 9x7 Slo-Flyer
    • Battery: 7-cell, 150 mAh Ni-Cd or 300mAh NiMH
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1


    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Electroliter

    Electroliter

    $19.95

    Description:Latest in a long line of proven designs by Randy Randolph, this plane blends all the great trainer-like qualities of his series with the silent power of electricity. This ideal schoolyard subject is easy to build and fly.
    Additional Information: WS: 72 in.; L: 41 in.; Area: 637 sq. in.; Power: .05 electric; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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