[1st Attempt] [Carbon Skeeter] [Kolibri] [LeTTO] [Mala Bdzhola I]
[Micro IFO] [Micro Kolibri] [Minor] [Trenton Terror] [Kits]


I have four SlowFly kits that I am planning on building. One of them is WES-Technik's WESPE. It is constructed of balsa, carbon, and mylar. You can sees pictures of it at WES-Technik's Site. It was one of the first kits to hit the R/C SlowFly scene. Anything R/C's Gym Flyer is great quality kit with all laser cut parts which I do not think is available any longer. The Wattage Lite-Stik is a very inexpensive (available at some hobby stores for around $20) model that comes with motor and prop. You can check out the Lite-Stik and the many variations people have done with the kit at Gabe Baltaian's Lite-Stik Page. The last is the Breezy Junior (pictured below) by Dave George. This kit features materials and construction techniques a little more familiar to most free flight modelers. The wings and tails are stick and tissue, the fuselage is a stick with a gondola. The kit is very well thought out and contains everything (except radio equipment and adhesives) you need to construct the plane, and all the balsa parts are laser cut.


[1st Attempt] [Carbon Skeeter] [Kolibri] [LeTTO] [Mala Bdzhola I]
[Micro IFO] [Micro Kolibri] [Minor] [Trenton Terror] [Kits]

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