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wee Devil is an original design by Mark Freeland with styling hints taken from J Allen's 'Little Deer' (published in Feb 1971 Aeromodeller).
The wee Devil kit was designed for easy assembly without the need for full size plans, building jig or other special fixtures. This is not a short kit, everything you would expect in an R/C kit is included. There are 140 precision laser cut parts on 16 sheets, all necessary hardware is supplied including screws to mount the motor and fishing line for hooking up the pull-pull control lines. Covering material is not included: we recommend Litespan, Fibafilm or So-Lite.
The model makes an excellent introduction to 3 channel R/C flying for the novice. When set up for 'park flying', it is a slow and stable flyer.
A fun RC model based on Bert Striegler's Ebenezer FF concept - a quick to build all sheet small model. A lively performer when powered by a Park 250 or or similar size outrunner, it will do loops and other stunts when flown outdoors, but can be tamed and flown relatively slowly indoors.
All sheet construction makes for a fast build. The kit comes with a full hardware pack, it even has the pilot with scarf and paper decals.
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This tiny 13 inch span biplane was originally designed in 1952 for free flight and published in Air Trails magazine. The Retro RC kit has brought the model up to date for micro R/C gear. Like all Retro RC kits, Baby Biwinger is quick to assemble; this is no "short kit", everything you expect in a quality kit is included.
Baby Biwinger may be finished with a variety of techniques: tissue, Litespan, lightweight iron-on plastic film or simply seal the wood with a light coat of acrylic spray and colour with marker pens.
Take a look at the build instructions (scanned PDF 800kb) before you decide to purchase.
The floats shown in one of the photos are available separately.
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Motor and R/C:
This little beauty is a purely fictional racer designed in the style of the golden years of aviation. camp e'Racer is stable enough for a beginner and with full control throws and firewalled throttle, you will be amazed at the tricks she can do.
camp e'Racer is quick to build and even easier to paint (as it's already done for you). Available in 7 colour schemes plus a white covering with outlines for you to colour yourself. Everything is provided in the kit, except the radio motor/gearbox, prop, battery and glue.
View the More Images tab to see the colour schemes
8" and 93⁄8" long micro floats. Designed for the Baby Biwinger (8") and camp e'Racer (93⁄8") but will fit many other micro aircraft.
The kit comprises CNC cut balsa and plywood parts plus 1⁄32" (0.8mm) stainless steel wire for mounting.
A 36" scale model of the Slingsby T.7 Kirkby Cadet, an aeroplane that has given many ATC youngsters their first taste of flight. The kit can be built either for Free Flight or two channel RC (parts are included for auto-rudder for straight towing, a DT mechanism and two control horns for R/C, and fishing line which can be used for DT & auto-rudder, no servo mount is provided as there are so many micro servos to choose from). A profile pilot is also included.
This is an original design with box fuselage, scale rib spacing and scale tail surfaces. It is based on the Cadet which hangs in the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington.
The kit is intended for builders with some experience, so the instructions although comprehensive are not as detailed as a beginner would expect. The instructions contain many colour photographs to help you with the build.
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You will need the following to complete the model:
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