PS Flyer 99 (oz11378)


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PS Flyer 99. Radio control sport model for electric power, using the geared Graupner Power Gear GR 1770 motor. Wingspan 99 in, wing area 1045 sq in.

Quote: "At last the ideal trainer has been designed. The PS Flyer 99 is a cabin-type, electric powered sailplane. the large wing area (1045 in) makes it the best trainer available. With the motor off it will thermal, thus giving the student pilot a lot of flying time.

The wing is of two-piece construc-tion, with spruce spars and I-beam sheer webbing to the wing tips. the wing is joined together with a 1/4-inch steel rod fitted into a brass sleeve. Designed for the graupner Speed-700 motor with the 2 to 1 belt drive and a 12x8 master airscrew wood propeller. Construction is simplified with the use of full-size plans and step-by-step instructions on this all balsa and lite-ply kit.

Available as a standard kit, deluxe kit with motor, belt drive and propeller, or as a super deluxe kit with motor, belt drive, prop and 5 5 amp micro-speed control with BEC. Standard kit: $100 retail, Deluxe kit: $220 retail, Super Deluxe kit: $309 retail. Dealer inquiries welcome."


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