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    Flap Jack

    Flap Jack

    $9.95

    Description:Designed by Dave Robelen, the Flap Jack maximizes performance and minimizes cost. This lightweight, easy-to-build model uses foam for most of its construction and is very durable. GWS flight components such as the IPS DXA drive system are a great match for the airframe.
    Additional Information: WS: 25 in.; wing area: 169 sq. in.; weight: 4.9 oz.; 3-channel.
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    Orange Crate

    Orange Crate

    $12.95

    Description: Easy-build Aerobat

    Designed by Chris Bowker, the Orange Crate displays great flight performance and is capable of extreme aerobatics. It will easily rise off smoth surfaces, and it takes very little effort to hand-launch it. Landings are a breeze; simply bring the throttle back until the model starts to gradually lose altitude; it will slow down very nicely. The Orange Crate has a greater tjam 1:1 thrust-to-weight ratio; it will go wherever you point it and is capable of almost every aerobatic maneuver you can think of. Beause of this, it shouldn't be flow by beginners.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Sport Aerobat
    • Wingspan: 37 in.
    • Length: 27 7/8 in.
    • Wing area: 360 sq. in.
    • Weight: 17 oz.
    • Wing loading: 6.8 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio req'd: 4-channel (elevator, rudder, ailerons, throttle)
    • Radio used: JR X3885 transmitter, JR 6-channel receiver and 4 Hitec HS-55 servos
    • Motor used: Hacker B20-15L geared 4.4:1
    • Battery used: 8-cell, 600 mAh AE Ni-Cd
    • Prop used: 10 x 7 APC slow flight
    • Flight Duration: 4 to 7 min.

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    P-Nut

    P-Nut

    $12.95

    Description: Easy, breezy aerobat

    Designed by Dave Robelen, the P-Nut is a very high-performance micro model that is at home indoors and out. It has a top speed approaching 30 mph and easily performs many smooth aerobatic maneuvers.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Microflight aerobat
    • Wingspan: 13.5 in.
    • Length: 12 in.
    • Wing area: 38 sq. in.
    • Wing loading: 2.84 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio used: RFFS-100 receiver w/ Dynamics Unlimited Actuators (3 channel)
    • Motor used: KP-00 motor geared 7.1
    • Prop used: 5.5x5
    • Battery used: single 230mAh Li-poly cell
    • Flight Duration: 30 min.

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    Pixel Biplane

    Pixel Biplane

    $12.95

    Description:The Pixel is an easy-to-build, all-balsa biplane with classic styling. Although it is very small, it is still capable of moderate aerobatics. It is able to fly in very small spaces -- less than 1/2 of a basketball court. The original model made use of a converted drive unit from a toy airplane called an E-Charger, although the hobby KP-00 does fine also, along with the Toytronix M20.
    Additional Information:
    • Model: Pixel Biplane
    • Designer: Dave Robelen
    • Type: ultra micro indoor/outdoor
    • Wingspan: 13 in.
    • Wing area: 60 sq. in.
    • Weight: 26 grams
    • Wing loading: 2.2 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 10.5 in.
    • Motor: KP-00
    • Prop: U-80
    • Radio used: Dynamics Unlimited RFFS-100
    • Battery used: 3,50mAh Ni-Cd cells
    • Flight duration: 5 to 6 min.

    Difficulty Level: LD
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    Playboy Senior 225

    Playboy Senior 225

    $12.95

    Description: An indoor RC electric old-timer!

    Designed by Bob Aberle from Joe Elgin's original 1940 free flight model, this indoor electric old-timer uses basic construction techniques and can fly for 7 minutes on a single charge of a 340mAh Li-poly.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: indoor RC electric
    • Wingspan: 42 in.
    • Wing area: 225 sq. in.
    • Weight: 6 oz.
    • Wing loading: 3.8 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 25 in.
    • Motor: GWS LPS RLC-A motor geared 4:1
    • Prop: GWS (orange) 7x6
    • Motor current: 2.9 amps (at start)
    • Motor power: 11 watts (at start)
    • Rpm: 3,800 (at start)
    • Watts/oz.: 1.83
    • Battery: single FMA/Kokam 340mAh HD Li-poly cell
    • Radio system used: FMA Direct M5LV micro-receiver, two FMA Direct PS-20LV sub-microservos, FMA SUPER-9 ESC, E-Cubed RC short antenna (Model M72-U) and a Hitec RCD Eclipse FM transmitter with Spectra RF module.
    • Flight duration: 7 min

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    Playmate Jr.

    Playmate Jr.

    $12.95

    Description:The Playmate Jr. is a small, light, fast and extremely agile; owing to its speed, it's best flown outdoors; it retains the smooth, friendly handling characteristics of the larger, original Playmate.
    Additional Information:
    • Model: Playmate Jr.
    • Type: park flyer
    • Designer: Dave Robelen
    • Wingspan: 20 in.
    • Length: 13 in.
    • Wing chord: 3 1/4 in.
    • Wing area: 64 sq. in.
    • Weight: 2.01 oz. (ready to fly)
    • Wing frames: 3.6g (5g with tissue covering)
    • Bare fuselage w/ landing-gear wire: 4.6g (5.5g w/ sealant; 6g w/ lacquer)
    • Bare tail surfaces: 1.3g (2g w/ tissue)
    • Wing loading: 4.6 oz./sq. ft.
    • Prop: Peck-Polymers 6-in. diameter trimmed to 5.75 in.
    • Radio req'd: 3-channel
    • Radio equipment: Sky Hooks & Rigging micro-receiver, two WES-Technik microservos, Hitec Prism 7x transmitter and FMA Mini 5 ESC.
    • Motor: DC5-2.4 geared 4.2:1
    • Battery: 5-cell, 50mAh Ni-Cd

    Difficulty Level: LD
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    Plinker

    Plinker

    $12.95

    Description:Dave Robelen designed this balsa-and-film micro flyer to be easy to build and relaxing to fly. Its single channel actuates the rudder, and power is from a 4.2:1-geared Mabuchi N-20 on two 50mAh cells in series.
    Additional Information: WS: 20 in.; wing area: 60 sq. in.; weight 27g; single channel.
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    Pokey

    Pokey

    $12.95

    Description:Designed by Dave Robelen, Pokey is modeled after Jim Kostecky's small indoor model named Tutor. Pokey is constructed entirely of lightweight balsa and covered in tissue. Powered by a DC5-2.4 motor and gearbox, Pokey produces smooth and stable flight both indoors and out.
    Additional Information: WS: 24.5 in.; wing area 120 sq. in.; weight; 3.22 oz.; 3 channels.
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    Pond Baby

    Pond Baby

    $12.95

    Description:This neat little micro RC seaplane was designed by Dave Robelen. It's of all-wood construction, and it can take off from water or be hand-launched. Power comes from a pylon-mounted DC5-2.4 motor with 4.21:1 gears and a 5.25-inch prop.
    Additional Information: WS: 20 in.; wing area: 80 sq. in.; weight: 2.82 oz.; 3 channels.
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    Profile Powerhouse

    Profile Powerhouse

    $12.95

    Description:A Bob Aberle redesign of a 1950s-era free-flight model, it's suitable for flying indoors and out. A HY-50F motor geared 5:1 and a 6-cell, 120mAh pack produce surprisingly fast flights with this all-balsa micro flyer.
    Additional Information: WS: 24 in.; wing area: 80 sq. in.; weight: 3.8 oz.; 3 channels.
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    Sling Shot

    Sling Shot

    $12.95

    Description: A catapult-launched, indoor glider

    Designed by Bob Aberle for indoor competition, this catapult-launch glider is made of balsa sheet with built-up stick wings.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: indoor RC catapult-launched glider for NIRAC competition
    • Wingspan: 30 in.
    • Wing area: 139 sq. in.
    • Weight: 3.8 oz.
    • Wing loading: 3.9 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 31 in.
    • Battery: single FMA Kokam 145mAh Li-poly
    • Radio system used: Hitec RCD Eclipse FM transmitter w/Spectra RF module, FMA Direct M5LV receiver, two FMA PS-20LV sub-micro- servos and an E-Cubed RC short antenna
    • Flight duration: less than 2 minutes in an 80-to 90-foot-high indoor facility
    • Launch system: homemade high-start made of 25 feet of 1/8-inch flat rubber and 60 feet of 30-pound-test, nylon-monofilament fishing line.

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    Vmax Probe

    Vmax Probe

    $12.95

    Description:Designed by Jerry Small, the Vmax Probe is modeled after Lars Giertz homebuilt racer. Vmax is constructed of various densities of foam. Powered by a GWS A motor and 4:1 gearbox.
    Additional Information: WS: 72 in.; L: 51 in.; power: .40 to .50 2-stroke; 2 sheets.
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    Waco SRE

    Waco SRE

    $12.95

    Description: Pint-size scale classic

    The micro WACO SRE is very close to scale in its outlines and shapes. Although it isn't difficult to build or fly, some experience with small models and components would be very helpful. The WACO has smooth flight qualities, no bad habits and is capable of handling a 10mph breeze. It can easily be flown in a single-court gym or a baseball infield.
    Additional Information:

    • Wingspan: 14 in.
    • Length: 11.5 in.
    • Wing area: 53.5 sq. in.
    • Weight: 28.6g
    • Wing loading: 2.69 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio equipment used: Dynamics Unlimited RFFS-100 receiver and DWE actuators (rudder and elevator)
    • Motor: KP-00 motor geared 6:1 w/5-in.-dia. narrow-blade prop
    • Battery: 1, 170mAh Li-poly cell
    • Flight time: 15 to 20 min.

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    Walker

    Walker

    $12.95

    Description: An ultralight indoor floater

    Designed by Dave Robelen, the Walker is an ultralight indoor flyer that will cruise at walking speed. As a result of its very tight turning capability, it requires a space no larger than 12x16 feet. Although built very light, the Walker can easily withstand collisions without sustaining any damage. For those who can master the light construction, the required flying skills are very basic. The piloting technique places more emphasis on manipulating the throttle than just barreling around wide open. The Walker lifts off from a standing start in about 4 feet and has a very peppy rate of climb.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Indoor Ultralight Electric
    • Wingspan: 25.5 in.
    • Length: 25.75 in.
    • Wing area: 357 sq. in.
    • Weight: 29 g.
    • Wing loading: 0.4 oz./sq. ft.
    • Power: KP-00 motor geared 7.5:1
    • Prop: 7 x 1.8
    • Battery: 170mAh Li-poly cell
    • Controls: 3-channel RFFS-100 magnetic proportional
    • Flight Duration: 20 min.

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    Mini Trixter Beam

    Mini Trixter Beam

    $19.95

    Description:Designed by Bob Aberle, the Mini Trixter Beam is a miniature reproduction of a 1950s RC flyer. This easy-to-build model uses traditional balsa-and-ply construction and makes for great backyard flying. It is also perfect for Vintage R/C Society gatherings.
    Additional Information:
    • Model: Mini Trixter Beam
    • Designer: Bob Aberle
    • Type: vintage backyard flyer
    • Flying area: baseball field
    • Ideal for: intermediate builders/pilots
    • Wingspan: 32 in.
    • Wing Area: 175 sq. in.
    • Length: 22 in.
    • Ready-to-fly weight: 11.3 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 9.3 oz./sq. ft.
    • Prop used: APC 7x5 E
    • Motor used: 3:1-geared Titanic Airlines 280
    • Radio used: Hitec Eclipse transmitter, 2 Hitec HS-50 microservos, GWS micro receiver and Castle Creations Pixie 7P ESC w/ BEC
    • Battery used: 8-cell, 600mAh NiMH
    • Flight duration: 10 to 12 min. with some throttling back during flight

    Difficulty Level: LD 1
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    Miss America

    Miss America

    $12.95

    Description: Build a piece of American heritage

    Developed by Dave Robelen, this Miss America replica was developed for an indoor "climb and glide" event to be held at the NIRAC 2004 Championships. In outdoor tests, it has proven to be a superb park flyer that requires little effort to control and gives long, rewarding flights while using little power. A full-court gym would be an adequate indoor flying area, and outside, a baseball infield would suffice. Its stick and tissue structure makes this model different from many modern models, but it is easily mastered and gives very rewarding results. It could be covered with RA Microlite with no weight penalty.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: indoor/outdoor microflyer
    • Wingspan: 42 in.
    • Wing area: 252 sq. in.
    • Weight: 5 oz.
    • Wing loading: 2.9 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 27.25 in.
    • Power System: GWS IPS DXA
    • Prop: 9x7
    • Battery: 2-cell, 340mAh Kokam Li-poly
    • Radio req'd: 3-channel w/ 2 microservos
    • Radio used: GWS R4P receiver (lightened), two Hitec HS-50 servos (lightened) and a JMP HF ESC

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    Mini Kestral

    Mini Kestral

    $12.95

    Description:Dave Robelen downsized his Kestral sailplane design to produce this all-balsa glider. A 3-cell 50mAh pack powers the RC gear, and the plane is small and nimble enough to fly indoors.
    Additional Information: WS: 36.8 in.; weight: 50g (1.76 oz.); 2 channels.
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    Micromaster

    Micromaster

    $12.95

    Description:The Micromaster is an attractive model of a biplane. I used several weight-saving construction methods that resulted in a low weight, given the complexity of the model. The Micromaster has enough speed to handle light outdoor breezes. It performs loops easily and flies inverted very comfortably. The addition of a rudder servo would increase aerobatic capability and only increase the weight to a bit more than 2.5 ounces.
    Additional Information:
    • Model: Micromaster
    • Type: Micro electric biplane
    • Designer: Roger Carignan
    • Wingspan: 18 in.
    • Wing area: 114 sq. in.
    • Length: 16.4 in.
    • Weight: 68g (w/3 channels)
    • Wing loading: 3 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio required: micro 3- or 4-channel
    • Motor: DC5-2.4, geared 5:1
    • Battery: 5-cell, 150mAh NiMH battery
    • Prop: 15x12cm plastic
    • Duration: 6 to 7 min. (5 min. at full throttle)

    Difficulty Level: LD
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    Micro Mustang

    Micro Mustang

    $12.94

    Description:Dave Robelen designed the Micro Mustang after Fred Reese's 1/2A P-51D model with some subtle changes to simplify construction and enhance the model's flight qualities. It's constructed of light balsa and powered by a DC5-2.4 motor geared 4.2:1 and spinning a 5.2x5.2 homemade prop.
    Additional Information: WS: 17.5 in.; wing area: 54 sq. in.; weight: 66g; 3 channels.
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    Prowler

    Prowler

    $12.94

    Description:Designed by Tom Herr, this park flyer is of conventional balsa and ply construction and fairly easy to build. It flies great even on a breezy day, but it can also maneuver in confined spaces. It requires only an inexpensive direct-drive Speed 280 motor and can be covered with easy-to-apply iron-on covering.
    Additional Information: WS: 35.75 in.; weight: 9 ounces; 2 sheets.
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    StarLite

    StarLite

    $12.94

    Description:Designed by Tom Herr, StarLite's conventional airframe is constructed of balsa and traditional materials. Small airborne electronics and a highly efficient WES-Technik 5.24 motor and carbon prop result in its light weight and excellent performance.
    Additional Information: WS: 66 in.; wing area: 216 sq. in.; weight: 3.5 to 4 oz.; 4 channels.
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    White Baron

    White Baron

    $12.94

    Description:Abbott Lahti designed the White Baron as a flying test bed. The White Baron is constructed of balsa with commercially available foam wings from Cloud 9 RC. It has magnetic actuator control and is powered by a WES-Technik 5-2.4 motor with VL 5:1 planetary gearbox.
    Additional Information: WS: 18 in.; wing area: 114 sq. in.; weight: 80 to 85g; 3 channels.
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    2Jet

    2Jet

    $12.95

    Description: A twin GWS EDF-50 powered model

    Designed by John Stennard, the 2Jet is a twin GWS EDF-50-powered profile jet. It features a molded Depron wing (available from Takeoff 2000) and Depron tail feathers, so it's an easy, inexpensive project. Even better, it boasts flight times of 10 minutes with a 6-cell, 500mAh Ni-Cd pack.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Foam, ducted-fan flyer
    • Wingspan: 31.25 in.
    • Length: 28 in.
    • Wing area: 194 sq. in.
    • Ready-to fly weight: 13.5 to 17 oz.
    • Wing loading: 9.4 to 12.01 oz./sq. ft.
    • Motor: GWS EDF-50
    • Battery: 6-cell, 1300CP pack
    • Radio req'd: 3-channel (elevator, rudder and throttle)
    • Flight Duration: 10 min.

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    Anteater

    Anteater

    $12.95

    Description: Speed performance from a speedy build!

    Designed by James Prell, the Anteater is a straightforward project that uses the same radio gear and motor as the GWS Lite Stick. It is a fast flyer that can handle up to 30mph winds.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Backyard performer
    • Wingspan: 28 in.
    • Wing area: 206 sq. in.
    • Weight: 6.8 oz.
    • Length: 31.5 in.
    • Motor: GWS geared 3.5:1
    • Prop: GWS 7x6
    • Battery: 8-cell, 280mAh NiMH pack
    • Radio req'd: 3-channel
    • Radio system used: 2 MPI microservos, GWS receiver and ESC

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    Bristol Brownie

    Bristol Brownie

    $12.95

    Description: A micro-size tribute to the Golden Age

    Designed by Dave Robelen, the shape and outline of this all-balsa model are true to scale, including the dihedral. Dave modified the RFFS-100 actuators so he could mount them in the cabin, and the li-poly cell gives excellent power and duration. Outdoors, the Brownie can be flown in a baseball infield; a single-court gym is adequate for indoor flying.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Micro-scale
    • Wingspan: 14.2 in.
    • Length: 13.8 in.
    • Wing area: 40.5 sq. in.
    • Weight: 22g (0.774 oz.)
    • Wing loading: 2.77 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio req'd: 3-channel ultra micro w/actuators
    • Radio used: RFFS-100
    • Drive-system used: KP-00 w/6:1 Didel gearbox
    • Battery used: 170mAh li-poly cell
    • Prop used: GWS 5x4.3
    • Duration: 15-plus min.

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    Dream Stik

    Dream Stik

    $12.95

    Description:Beau Christian redesigned the WattAge Lite Stik to produce this low-wing indoor/outdoor flyer that more closely resembles an RC plane. The Dream Stik has all-balsa construction, is covered with Litespan and is powered by a GWS DX-C motor.
    Additional Information: WS: 36 in.; wing area: 207 sq. in.; weight: 160 to 190g; 3 channels.
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    Kiwi

    Kiwi

    $12.95

    Description: A 3-ounce RC plane that uses off-the-shelf equipment

    Designed by Bob Aberle, the Kiwi is a proof-of-concept created to determine whether a 3-ounce RC model could be built using conventional RC equipment and a conventional motor. The key to success of this concept was the recent introduction of light li-poly batteries.
    Additional Information:

    • Model: Kiwi
    • Designer: Bob Aberle
    • Type: calm-wind backyard or indoor flyer
    • Wingspan: 24 in.
    • Length: 20 in.
    • Wing Area: 100 sq. in.
    • Weight: 3.4 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 4.9 oz./sq. ft.
    • Drive System: MTM Intl. Colibri S-050 (DC 5-2.4 coreless) with Maxon planetary 4:1 gearbox; Gunther 5x4 prop; Castle Creations Pixie 7P ESC
    • Motor Current: 700mA (at start)
    • Motor Power: 5.2 watts (at start)
    • Rpm: 5,300 (at start)
    • Watts/oz.: 1.53
    • Battery: 2-cell, FMA Direct/Kokam 145mAh li-poly
    • Radio used: FMA M5 receiver, two FMA S-60 microservos, E-Cubed R/C short antenna (no. M-72-U), FMA T-80 RF FM transmitter
    • Flight duration: 7 to 9 min. with stated battery and some throttling back during flight

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    Lil' Dakota

    Lil' Dakota

    $12.95

    Description: Micro-size indoor electric sport model

    The Lil' Dakota is a pint-size rendition by Bob Aberle of a 1950s classic free-flight model originally designed by Joe Wagner. With micro equipment, it flies very well indoors and is capable of exciting performance.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Indoor Electric
    • Wingspan: 15 in.
    • Length: 13 in.
    • Wing area: 69 sq. in.
    • Weight: 1.3 oz.
    • Wing loading: 2.7 oz./sq. ft.
    • Radio used: DWE RFFS-100 micro receiver and ESC, two Bob Selman actuators with output arms, E-Cubed short antenna (Model M-72-U), Hitec RCD Eclipse FM transmitter with Spectra RF module
    • Motor used: KP-00 motor geared 2.75:1
    • Battery used: single-cell FMA-Kokam 145mAh Li-poly
    • Prop used: 10 x 7 APC slow flight
    • Flight Duration: 8 to 10 min.

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    Medley

    Medley

    $12.95

    Description: Free-flight replica!

    Designed by Dave Robelen, this microflyer is equally at home in a single-court gym and outdoors. Construction is straightforward, and the model is powered by a geared KP-00 motor and 2-cell, 230mAh Li-poly pack and uses RFFS-100 actuators for control.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: indoor/outdoor
    • Wingspan: 22 in.
    • Wing area: 72 sq. in.
    • Weight: 1 oz.
    • Wing loading: 1.98 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 14.5 in.
    • Battery: 230mAh Li-poly cell
    • Controls: RFFS-100 with DWE actuators

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    Meyers OTW

    Meyers OTW

    $12.95

    Description: Gentle-flying bipe

    The Meyers OTW is a smooth, gentle-flying scale model with moderately delicate construction. It isn't aerobatic, but it lifts off from a smooth surface with a short run and cruises in a very realistic manner. Mine tolerates a breeze of up to 10mph, if it isn't extremely gusty. Because of its limited tolerance to rough handling, the pilot should definitely have some flying experience. The actual piloting workload is very similar to that of a GWS Tiger Moth.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: indoor/outdoor microflyer
    • Wingspan: 26.75 in.
    • Wing area: 238 sq. in.
    • Weight: 4.5 oz.
    • Wing loading: 2.9 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 20.4 in.
    • Power System: GWS IPS "D"
    • Battery: 2-cell, 340mAh Kokam Li-poly (7.4 volts)
    • Radio used: GWS R4P receiver, FMA S20 servos and GWS ICS 50 ESC (3 channels)

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    Micro Sport

    Micro Sport

    $12.95

    Description:The Micro Sport is a quickly built micro model with flight capabilities that belie its simple appearance. Many maneuvers are possible, yet handling is gentle enough to qualify it as a trainer. It can be flown in areas as small as a baseball infield or even a basketball court. Unlike many light models, the Micro Sport can handle a moderate breeze without problems.
    Additional Information:
    • Model: Micro Sport
    • Designer: Dave Robelen
    • Type: Micro Sport Plane
    • Wingspan: 22 in.
    • Wing area: 88 sq. in.
    • Weight: 2.6 oz.
    • Wing loading: 4.26 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 17.6 in.
    • Motor: DJ Aerotech MPS-1 system (includes prop)
    • Radio required: 3-channel micro
    • Duration: 5 to 7 min.

    Difficulty Level: LD
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    Micro Stuka Stunt

    Micro Stuka Stunt

    $12.95

    Description:The Micro Stuka is easy to build, looks good and flies great. This aerobatic park flyer is capable of loops, rolls and even inverted flight.
    Additional Information: WS 24 in.; Wing area: 205 sq. in.; Weight: 9 to 10 oz.; Channels: 3 (ailerons, elevator and throttle).
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