Spirit 100. Radio control sailplane model. Wingspan 99-1/2 in, wing area 946 sq in. For 2-4 channel radio, with 2-5 servos (use 3-channel with optional ailerons; 4-channel with ailerons and flaps).
This is a discontinued kit from Great Planes. See https://www.greatplanes.com/discontinued/gpma0550.php for more details, including free downloads of kit manual and parts list.
Quote: "Versatile Sailplane Performance made affordable. The Spirit 100 combines the best features of the original Spirit with innovations usually found only on high-performance, high-priced sailplanes. Two wing options provide flying enjoyment for beginners, as well as advanced pilots.
The Spirit 100 can be built with either of two wing options. The first wing choice features a Selig 3010 airfoil and spoiler option - perfect for beginners and intermediates interested in a wide speed range. The second includes flaps, ailerons and a highly-efficient Selig 7037 airfoil for the advanced performance that experienced pilots demand.
Great Planes' interlocking parts and step-by-step, photo-illustrated instructions (including instructions for ailerons and flaps) assure easy assembly of either wing - even for beginners. Canopy, molded cockpit and hardware are included..."
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Update 02/10/2018: Added kit review from Flying Models, April 1994, thanks to RFJ.
Kit manual, 56 pages, complete.
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