Whiz Kid - Radio control sport trainer model for Cox BB .049 and single channel radio. Uses Midwest moulded foam wing.
Quote: - "The Whiz Kid and Cessna 150 [see oz8492] introduce a new approach to 1/2A R/C models. Each is designed to fit a specific step in a building program guaranteed to set you off to a flying start in single channel RC. Both feature an unusual moulded foam wing and stab which combine to give a flight response unique in .049 class models. Thoroughly tested in hundreds of flights by modellers of all ages and degrees of experinece, they have proven to be exceptionally easy to build and fly, yet have survival rates far beyond the avaerage... "
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