This photo shows the plane prior to being decorated. This allows you to see the stringers along the fuselage sides better and the way the stab is built. You can also see how the fin is faired into the fuselage. Notice how you can see through the "roof" window. I wanted to show how the plane was not stripped of all detail in the interest of making it light. I took the completed, covered airframe to the Post Office to get an accurate weight. This prototype weighs 49 ounces! That's with no radio equipment, wheels, motor, mount, speed control or battery. I wanted give an airframe only weight so you could add in the weights of your own components and come up with what your version would weigh. This photo shows how the fuselage is built using a combination of lite ply interlocking parts and stick building. This results in a light weight but very strong structure.  It's also very quick and easy to build.  This photo shows how the wing leading edge is built from laser cut parts that interlock. You can frame up the wing and then glue it together with thin CA after you all the parts in place.   Wing span: 80"   Wing area: 940 sq. inches.   Weight: 64 oz.(no motor, no battery)   Wing loading: about 13 to 15oz. per sq. foot.   Power required: about 300 watts out   Easy to build, easy to fly.   Flys way slower than most trainers.   Can be built with or without flaps. HOME ORDER CONTACT