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Published on Jun 11, 2008
60" wingspan, 53" length, 660 sq. in. wing area, 6-3/4 pound flying weight. "Kwik Fly MK 3" was originally designed by Phil Kraft, the American and ex-World Champion in the 1970's. Conventional all wood built-up construction with rib and spar wings, covered in red and white heat shrink film. Construction is quick: you install the tail, ailerons, rudder and elevator, fuel tank, radio system, engine, fixed landing gear and control rods. Airplane is set up so that conversion to retractable landing gear is easy. Using the recommended glow engine and prop, Kwik Fly is capable of loops, rolls, inverted flight and strong climbs, yet it remains a docile flier in the air. Kit comes with a photo-illustrated manual with step-by-step instructions. All necessary hardware, landing gear, control horns, push rods and decals are included in the kit. Suggested for intermediate to advanced pilots. For 4 channels: Ailerons (2 servos), Elevator, Rudder/Nose Wheel Steering and Throttle.