SkyBuggy (100)

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Our SkyBuggy™ (100) echos the nostalgic lines of the long since discontinued Andy Clancy Lazy Bee model line and features a refreshing splash of Kris Cartwright's own keen eye for design. When the above is combined with Stevens AeroModel's modern model engineering, clear and thoughtful instructions, and state of the industry cutting techniques the result is simply fantastic on all levels.

Made in Colorado, USA
Item Number: SAK-SKYBUG100
Wing span 19.5 in. | Wing area 100 sq. in. | Flying weight 2.0 oz. | 3-channel (RET)
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Add a motor and gearbox!

This model airplane is compatible with our genuine ParkZone PKZ3624 motor and gearbox.

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Add the propeller!

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

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Add the receiver and servos!

The SkyBuggy 100 has been designed to fly its best using this combination radio and receiver from ParkZone - requires a Spectrum DSMX/2 compatible transmitter.

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Additional Details


Wing Span | 19.5 in
Overall Length | 16 in
Wing Area | 100 in²
Flying Weight | 2.0 oz
Wing Loading | 2.9 oz/ft²

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


  • Step-by-step illustrated assembly manual
  • Full size detail drawings
  • Hand selected laser-cut AAA balsa and hardwood stock
  • Laser-cut acetate windscreen
  • 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 | 3 PatchPak™ AeroLITE™
  • CA Glue | Thin, Medium, and Thick Adhesives
  • Foam wheels, Du-Bro 1 1/2 in. (DUB150MW)


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