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KK Student. Multi-channel RC trainer for .29 to .35 power. Wingspan 56in, area 670 sq in, weight 5 to 5-1/2 lbs.
Quote: "The Student has been designed for the radio modeller who finds himself between the advanced single-channel model and the complex low-wing multi which he is capable of building but not flying. It is realised that this gulf is ever-widening and without the help of other proficient multi-flyers it is very difficult to cross. For the person without such help the Student will prove to be a docile trainer flown on rudder, elevator and engine control, progressing to ailerons when the first steps have been mastered ...the Student may be powered with any .29-.35 cu ins motor. The larger size having adequate power for ten channels."
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Update 20/04/2018: added kit reviews from Radio Modeller February 1970 and RCM&E February 1970, thanks to RFJ.
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Kit instruction manual, complete, 6 pages.
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