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    Trishula

    Trishula

    $16.95

    Designed by Mark Rittinger, the Trishula is a radical-looking, forward-swept-wing design that has great performance. It is not a beginner plane to build or fly. Using foam-core wings, the design has retracts and uses traditional model-airplane construction. Be sure to keep everything square and properly aligned and you’ll have an amazingly-high-performance airplane.
    WS: 51 in.; L: 56 in.; Radio: 4-channel; Power: E-flite Power 32; LD: 3; 1 sheet;
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    Prime Cut +20

    Prime Cut +20

    $27.95

    Designed by Dick Sarpolus, the Prime Cut +20 is his latest sport-flying giant scale design. It is easy to build and fly, has aerobatic performance and can use engines in the 40cc to 50cc gasser range. Construction is basic, built-up balsa and plywood with plug-in wing panels on a strong aluminum tube spar/joiner. The canopy section is built as part of the fuselage so no separate molded plastic canopy is needed. Thick airfoil makes landings easy.
    Span: 90 in.; Length: 68 in.; Weight: 14.5 lbs.; Power: 45cc gas engine; Radio: 4-channel; LD: 2; 3 Sheets
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    Sport-Scale Monocoupe 70

    Sport-Scale Monocoupe 70

    $23.95

    Designed by Richard Dery, this lightly-loaded sport scale classic monoplane is easy to build and makes for a great calm weather flyer. It is very scale in outline and has plenty of power for its size. It is modeled after the full-size plane located in the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome museum.
    Span: 48in.; Length: 32.5in.; Power: Park 450 BL outrunner; Radio: 4-channel; LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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    Swallow 2

    Swallow 2

    $19.95

    Designed by Bob Aberle, the Swallow 2 is a Sport-Scale park flyer design. It is very easy to build and fly, and it uses basic balsa and lite-ply construction. Its high-aspect-ratio wing design and built-in wingtip washout give it forgiving landing characteristics.

    Wingspan: 39 in.; Length; 24 in.; Weight: 12oz., Power: 2204-19 Brushless motor; LD: 2; 1 Sheet
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    SportStar

    SportStar

    $23.95

    Designed by Simon Delaney, this sport flyer is built to last and to be your favorite “Beater Bird” to keep your flying skills sharp. It can be built with either a foam-core wing or a traditional built-up balsa wing construction. The planes show foam cutting templates and all the balsa rib patterns with building tabs attached for building the wing flat on the building board. The 1.20 4-stroke powered SportStar uses simplified construction methods and uses commercially available hardware like landing gear, cowl and canopy.

    Span: 74”; Power: 1.20 4-stroke or 20 – 30cc gas; Radio: 4-channel (Aileron, Rudder, Elevator, Throttle); LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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    Wild Hots

    Wild Hots

    $19.95

    Description:Originally designed by Dan Santich, the Wild Hots has that unmistakable ¿Hots¿ look. Steve Santich has modernized the design and equipped it with the newest electric power equipment. This next generation fun flyer flies like a bird on a wire. Laser-cut kits are available from dansantichmodels.net.
    Additional Information: Span: 40.5 in.; Length: 43 in.; Power: E-Flite Power 25 brushless motor; LD:2;1 Sheet;
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    The WILDest CAT

    The WILDest CAT

    $19.95

    Description:This fun-to-fly profile model is a stand-way-off model of the Grumman Wildcat. Built with traditional materials (balsa, ply, and lite-ply, and music-wire landing gear), the model has wonderful slow-speed performance and is very aerobatic. All radio gear
    Additional Information: is placed within the wing, and the profile fuselage makes engine, landing gear, and fuel tank installation a breeze. WS: 45.5 in.; L:43 in; engine: .40; 4 channels
    Difficulty Level: LD1
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