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E-36

E-36

E-36 was provisional event to introduce modelers to electric free flight as P-30 was to introduce modelers to rubber power. The event has become very popular and formed a stepping stone to higher power electric events likeF1Q.

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  TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK - Stone Age Engineering has released it's new electric cut off timer to conform to the new E-36 rules which allow brushless motors and a D/T function. This is a dead simple timer with no pots or dip switches to fail..
$40.00
The new E-36 rules published in the 2011 NFFS Rule book describe a model with 36" projected wing span, 120 gram minimum weight ready-to-fly, with no auto surfaces. Power is to be any type electric motor (brushed or brushless) with gearing and foldin..
$42.00
The Sparks is an intro-level design by Rex Hinson for the new E-36 class model, which was first flown at the 2007 Nats as a provisional event. E-36 rules proposed by Vic Nipert were intended to be simple, aimed at utilizing readily available componen..
$41.75
It has been often said, “there is just something about the  Satellite series of power models. They are beautiful on the ground and in the air. Those elliptical wings and tails just have to glide better than the rectangular types.”  The BMJR..
$48.00
The Starduster was the 1st design in  a series of high thrust models by Sal Taibi  published in the September 1958 issue of American Modeler,  all with spectacular climb and exceptional glide.  Models have been built in all sizes ..
$49.00
~~Jim Clem designed the Witch Hawk 1/2A then scaled the model to 500 sq.in. for A-B gas which was published in the September 1982 issue of Model Aviation. It was interesting to learn that the different size Witch Hawks are exact scaled versions form ..
$47.00
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