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This popular post-war two seat light aircraft and trainer featured sleek lines and an eye for style that seems to have been lost in the modern iterations of the companies "crimped" counterparts. The original blended metal and fabric construction with a metal fuselage, fabric wings, and metal control surfaces. Later models featured aluminum covered wings.
Toodle around in style with the Stevens AeroModel balsa kit version of this "Say's nuh!" 140. Rest assured that the ripping good looks of this model aircraft are accompanied by superb in-flight manners. Your new "Say's nuh!" assembles quickly thanks to our thoughtful engineering and precision laser cutting; furthermore, you'll be delighted that even as a novice builder you can turn out a model that will stand out in a field of cookie-cutter RTF foam jobs.
Kit Requires: 1/2 oz. Thin and Medium CA glues
Aside from his modeling community fame, Pete Bowers may be best known for his contribution to the experimental aircraft homebuilt community with his Fly Baby line of aircraft. This time we chose to model the more obscure biplane variant of the Bowers Fly Baby. Our micro indoor version of this famous homebuilt features delightfully nimble handling, excellent slow speed manners, biplane charm, simple assembly, and has been engineered to readily accept popular ParkZone Ultra Micro DSM2 electronics.
Grab Snoopy and the boys and get ready to do battle with the Baron as Stevens AeroModel unveils the latest release in our micro laser cut RC model line, the venerable SE5a. The Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a was perhaps one of the most famous British fighter aircraft of the Great War. With inherent stability, maneuverability, and speed (at the time, faster than anything Germany could throw at it). The SE5a left it's mark upon history and many a German fighter.
The Stevens AeroModel BuzzBomb 100 is a reduced version of our contemporary twist on the vintage free-flight classic Buzzard Bombshell and, while it echoes the lines of the championship wining predecessor, the construction, styling, and flight control is refreshingly modern. The BuzzBomb 100 is slow enough to be flown indoors yet equally a delight to pilot in the cul-de-sac on dawn patrol. Our beginner friendly airframe assembles in a matter of hours, and the simple attractive lines are a breeze to cover. The BuzzBomb 100 has been designed to readily accept the abundant and affordable ParkZone Ultra-Micro indoor electronics. The electronic components may be purchased as part of a package direct from StevensAero.com or simply recycle the electronics from your broken Ultra- Micro foamie into this attractive, capable, balsa model that’s uniquely yours!
Designed and manufactured in the USA using industry leading construction methods and innovative laser cutting techniques, Stevens AeroModel hand selects only the highest quality AAA balsa and hard woods from select state-side mills. To ensure builder success the thoughtful design and materials selection is backed by a thorough step-by-step instruction set, clear drawings, downloadable photo supplement, and comprehensive top-shelf hardware package. StevensAero.com cordially invites you to experience the satisfaction and improved flight performance that is only achieved through building your very own Buzz 100.
Step-by-step assembly manual.
100% laser cut balsa and hardwood parts from AAA hand selected wood.
Laser Cut Acetate Windscreen.
Designed for popular micro electronics (PKZ3351 or SPMAR6400)
Hardware including push-rods, control horns, rubber bands, and tail skid.
1 - Du-Bro RC 1-1/2 in. Micro Lite Wheels (or equivalent).
1 - ParkZone or Spektrum Ultra-Micro Receiver/ESC/Servo unit [PKZ3351 or SPMAR6400]
1 - Spektrum DSM2 compatible transmitter
1 - ParkZone Motor and Gearbox PKZ3624
1 - E-Flite EFLM9051 Propeller
1 - 130-160 mAh 3.7V LiPo Battery
Sanding Block, Thin and Medium CA glue, and 1 Roll or 3 Patch Packs of AeroLITE film.
Pixie (1974) Parasol. Our twist on the Paul Poberezney’s home built classic. A modern homebuilt that owes it’s lineage to the helmet and goggle days of the 1930’s. Controls 3ch RET - Span 36 in. - Length 20.5 in. - Area 190 sq.in. - Flying Weight 8 oz. Delivery April 2013.
This 4 channel micro laser cut kit, from Stevens AeroModel, builds into an exciting full-house aerobatic small-field flyer. Quick building interlocking fully laser cut design features stellar lines and oozes vintage charm. The new Swift 100 the full house ultra micro that's not a "BEAST" to fly.
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Suggested Electronics: (Updated with new Spektrum part numbers 01/09/2013)
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