Micro is a sport free flight type to be flown in small spaces like school yards or indoors. With the advent of micro brushless motors and LiPo batteries these models are finding themselves more and more as micro RC.
This small electric Tim Bucher designed cabinet model has a wingspan of 14 1/2 inches. It features a long tail moment, tapered wing tips, and windshield reminiscent of cabin monoplanes developed in the late 1920's. These features combine to cre..
The mini-Dakota is a P-Nut, 12" wingspan, half size version of Joe Wagner's Dakota. It has been engineered for micro electric free flight with the HiLine Micro-4 motor. Since we have found 2 motor packages that work well with the miniDakota. One from..
An Old Timer Gas Free Flight designed by Gilbert Sherman and published in the September 1939 issue of Flying Aces Magazine. The original 68" span model has been scaled down to 17" by Tim Bucher.Kit B-201; 50 laser cut parts. Recommended power package..
The Reisler R.III was built by the Reisler Brothers in Berlin in 1922 under the company name of Stahlwerk. The plane featured a low aspect ratio wing, a short nose, and the fuselage was open from the firewall to just behind the pilots seat, making th..
The Sky Demon Electro-Sport is a very simple easily built and trim model that is a good choice for a first electric Free Flight. Originally powered by a HiLine Micro 4 motor (no longer available), today we recommend a micro power package p..