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    The SkyEye

    The SkyEye

    $23.95

    Designed by Clark Salisbury, the SkyEye is a mix of old and new. It is a lightweight easy to build and fly 3-channel sport flyer specially designed to have an FPV video camera installed in its nose. The pusher propeller design makes a stable platform for shooting aerial photography with lightweight cameras setups. Typical balsa and plywood construction used throughout, it is also ideal for night flying if you add LEDs in the wing panels.
    Span: 69 in.; Length: 53 in., Power: 25-size brushless motor; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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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.
    Difficulty Level:
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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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    Electric P-51 Mustang

    Electric P-51 Mustang

    $19.95

    Description: Easy-to-build backyard flighter

    Designed by Nick Ziroli Sr., this electric Mustang can also be powered by a .15 to .25 glow engine. You can also build it with or without landing gear, and the canopy and decals are available from House of Balsa. The model has traditional balsa-and-plywood construction and can be built with built-up or solid-sheet tail surfaces. The portion of the fuselage between the spinner and the front of the canopy forms the main hatch for easy replacement of the power battery pack.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: electric sport scale
    • Wingspan: 46 in.
    • Length: 35.75 in.
    • Wing Area: 390 sq. in.
    • Weight: 31 oz. with 10-cell, 800mAh battery
    • Wing Loading: 19.5 oz./sq. ft.
    • Motor Used: AstroFlight 803G geared 020 brushless
    • Radio Used: Airtronics RD6000 TX with 92515Z Micro RX and 94091Z Super Microlite servos
    • Radio Req'd: 4 channels (rudder, aileron, elevator and throttle)
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1
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    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Electric P-51 Mustang

    Electric P-51 Mustang

    $19.95

    Description:Designed by Mark Rittinger, the Electric P-51 is a semi-scale Mustang that can be built in many versions. It's quick to build and great fun in the air. The foam, balsa and ply model flies well, thanks to its semisymmetrical wing and high power, and it really excels at high-speed maneuvers.
    Additional Information:
    • Wingspan: 42 in.
    • Length: 35 in.
    • Power: 540-type motor
    • Radio: 3-channel
    • Sheets: 1

    Difficulty Level: LD: 2
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    Electric Curtiss P-40

    Electric Curtiss P-40

    $19.95

    Description: An inexpensive, easy-to-build Warhawk!

    Designed by Mark Rittinger, the P-40 Warhawk is an easy-to-build, high-performance sport-scale model of the classic WW II fighter. It uses simple, built-up balsa and ply fuselage and a foam-core wing sheeted with balsa. No rudder is required, and to minimize drag, there is no landing gear.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Electric scale
    • Wingspan: 42 in.
    • Wing Area: 318 sq. in.
    • Weight: 45 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 20.45 oz/sq. ft.
    • Motor Used: Kyosho Magnetic Mayhem with 3.5:1 Master Airscrew gearbox
    • Power System: 10-cell Ni-Cd or NiMH pack with a 30A ESC with BEC
    • Prop Used: 12x10 APC electric
    • Radio Req'd: 3 channels (ailerons, elevator and throttle)
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1
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    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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