Micro-pod

SKU: MFP1103A
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$12.95

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Description: This indoor flyer offers great performance

Designed by Bob Aberle, the Micro-Pod is one impressive little indoor RC model that you can build in a couple of days for the cost of a sheet of 1/32 balsa, some foam and a length of carbon-fiber rod.
Additional Information:

  • Type: indoor RC
  • Wingspan: 27 in.
  • Wing area: 74 sq. in.
  • Weight: 1.2 oz.
  • Wing loading: 2.3 oz./sq. ft.
  • Length: 15 in.
  • Motor: KP-00 motor geared 2.75:1
  • Prop: 3-in.-dia. Union U-80
  • Motor current: 700mA (at start)
  • Motor power: 3 watts (at start) Rpm: 9,200 (at start)
  • Watts/oz.: 2.5
  • Battery: single FMA/Kokam 145mAh Li-poly
  • Radio req'd: 3-channel
  • Radio used: Dynamics Unlimited RFFS-100 micro RC receiver and ESC; two E-Flight Design Mega magnetic actuators with output arms; E-Cubed R/C short antenna (Model M72-L); Hitec RCD Eclipse FM transmitter with Spectra RF module
  • Flight duration: 10 to 12 min.

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Description: This indoor flyer offers great performance

Designed by Bob Aberle, the Micro-Pod is one impressive little indoor RC model that you can build in a couple of days for the cost of a sheet of 1/32 balsa, some foam and a length of carbon-fiber rod.
Additional Information:


  • Type: indoor RC
  • Wingspan: 27 in.
  • Wing area: 74 sq. in.
  • Weight: 1.2 oz.
  • Wing loading: 2.3 oz./sq. ft.
  • Length: 15 in.
  • Motor: KP-00 motor geared 2.75:1
  • Prop: 3-in.-dia. Union U-80
  • Motor current: 700mA (at start)
  • Motor power: 3 watts (at start) Rpm: 9,200 (at start)
  • Watts/oz.: 2.5
  • Battery: single FMA/Kokam 145mAh Li-poly
  • Radio req'd: 3-channel
  • Radio used: Dynamics Unlimited RFFS-100 micro RC receiver and ESC; two E-Flight Design Mega magnetic actuators with output arms; E-Cubed R/C short antenna (Model M72-L); Hitec RCD Eclipse FM transmitter with Spectra RF module
  • Flight duration: 10 to 12 min.

Difficulty Level:
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