The Mini-7 was designed by Harry Stewart around the readily available micro motors and radio equipment like that used in the popular "LiteStik" ARF type models, and published in the November, 2001 issue of Flying Models. Using the small radio gear, micro servos (HS-55) with a HC-2208 brushless motor (M-112), 9 amp Speed Control (C-M-112) small 2 cell LiPo battery and the lightest covering should yield a model of approximately six ounces total weight, proving to be a great in-door slow flyer at less than 3oz / sq. ft. wing loading. . The Mini-7 has a 40 ½" wingspan with 300 sq. in. of area. The BMJR kit has laser cut parts, full size plans, and a complete hardware package including a pull-pull control system. 2 Micro servos are required (HS-55). We have also flown this model with the Flash Floats, see radio-controld /floating-flyers on our home page.