LiddleRod Micro Aerobat

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The LiddleRod™ Micro Aerobat is a quick building, smooth-flying and highly aerobatic micro indoor model. With nimble handling and a wide flight envelope, the LiddleRod is a convincing aerobat, yet features forgiving handling not common in similarly sized aerobatic models. Large round loops, rolls, snaps, stall turns, Immelman turns, split-s, and cuban eight maneuvers are well within the scope of this easy to fly three channel aerobat (Rudder Elevator Throttle).

Beginning builders will appreciate the simple assembly, innovative self jigging components, and low parts count of this high quality balsa kit. Durable construction makes unintended encounters with the ground a non-event and damage is easily fixed at the field in seconds with thin CA glue.

Made in Colorado, USA
Item Number: SAK-LRODUM
Wing span 14 3/4 in. | Wing area 57 sq. in. | Flying weight 1.1 oz. | 3-channel (RET)
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Add the propeller and spinner!

This E-Flite (EFL9051) propeller includes a rubber spinner and simply threads onto the output shaft of the PKZ3624 gearbox.

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Additional Details

Wing Span | 14.75 in
Overall Length | 12.5 in
Wing Area | 57 in²
Flying Weight | 1.1 oz
Wing Loading | 2.7 oz/ft²

Controls Required | 3 channel, R/E/T
Construction | Balsa / Ply
Category | Micro Indoor


  • Full size detail drawings
  • Hand selected laser-cut AAA balsa and hardwood stock
  • Profile pilot and scale motor detail
  • Comprehensive hardware package

Required Electronics

  • ParkZone® Brushed Motor | PKZ3624
  • ParkZone Electronics | PKZ3352 (servo/esc/receiver)
  • E-Flite® Propeller | EFL9051
  • Battery | LiPo 3.7V 130-160 mAh (25C)

ParkZone and E-Flite are registered trademarks of Horizon Hobby, LLC

Required finishing items

  • Covering film | 2 PatchPak AeroLITE
  • CA Glue | Thin, Medium, and Thick Adhesives


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