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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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    Sun Rider

    Sun Rider

    $12.95

    Description:Designed for first-time builders and fliers, this easy-to-build, 2-channel glider uses balsa and plywood throughout and has a three-panel wing with a flat center section. With some modification to the nose, an electric
    Additional Information: motor or a small glow engine could be used to power it. WS: 72 in.; L: 40 in.; 2 channels (rudder and elevator); 1 sheet;
    Difficulty Level: LD1
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    Farman Moustique

    Farman Moustique

    $12.95

    Description:Designed by Don Srull, this electric micro-R/C model is perfect for no-hassle, backyard flying. Its lightweight construction allows flights of more than 5 minutes. The
    Additional Information: model uses throttle and rudder control with elevator as an option. WS: 26 in.; L: 21.5 in.; weight: 5 oz.; power: WES-Technik 2.4 geared motor; 1 sheet;
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    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    The Crackle

    The Crackle

    $12.95

    Description:Designed by Steven Pauley, the Crackle is an electric powered, 05-size, sport plane that features built-up balsa and ply construction. Its lightweight construction allows flights of more than 7 minutes and the
    Additional Information: ability to thermal for extended times while using a 7-cell battery pack. The Crackle is intended for the intermediate builder/flyer.WS: 46 in.; weight: 42 to 48 oz.; power: 05 motor; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    AT-6 Texan (Backyard Flyer)

    AT-6 Texan (Backyard Flyer)

    $12.95

    Description:Designed by Nick Ziroli Sr., this little AT-6 likes to fly fast and should not be considered a trainer. Built of traditional balsa and plywood, the Texan has been flown with both the Graupner Speed 400 direct-drive 6V motor and the Astro Flight brushless 010 motor. A formed canopy and an engine cowl are available from the author.
    Additional Information:
    • Wingspan: 20 in.
    • Wing Area: 158 sq. in.
    • Weight: 61 oz.
    • Radio Req'd: 3 or 4 channels (rudder optional)

    Difficulty Level: LD: Should not be considered a trainer. It is aerobatic and fun to fly for those with experience.
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