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Airtronics SD-10 Radios! Limted stock, Reduced Price Plus we add a BONUS 5CH 92124 RX.
Radio Sets

Remember the Cox free flight models that were so fun to convert? These are pre-painted, the fuse is in 2 halves so you put your radio gear in easily. We have 3 types in stock WITH brushless motor. Add your own esc, battery, servos and RX. $22, Phone in only!
Micro Spitfire
Micro ME-109
Micro P-40

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APC Props; ANY order containing APC Props, For every 2 props you purchase, we’re going to ship you 3 Get them now.

Buy 3 get 4 Carbon Rods Special. Minimum purchase 6 rods, Each rod, strip or tupe that you order 3 rods of, we’ll ship you 4! Order each part number in multiples of 3 to get this special. Root category link:Carbon Rod.

Radical RC Kits; Under 40$ kits $8 refunded; $41 to $75 kits $12 refunded, $76 and over, $25 refunded. Now is the time to get that Micro Stick, Mini-Stick, Wright Flyer, whatever you’ve been wanting out of the Radical RC line of laser cut kits. Radical RC E-kits

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“How much I love Radical RC… also Mini Stick fun…”

“Greetings…My name is Mitch, and I’ve been doing business with you folks for the better part of this year. I’m fortunate enough to be able to drive a short distance to the RRC shop. Ever since my first visit, you folks have treated me to fantastic prices, and best of all, priceless advice and knowledge. I live on a disability income, due to a severe back injury, and even despite my limited amount of money, I’m still able to have a fulfilling hobby due to the affordable prices you are able to pass onto your customers. It also helps to have Dick give me his opinion, maximizing my bang for my buck.

I’ve built a RRC intern trainer which was my 2nd RC aircraft, and I’ve just recently upgraded to one of your mini sticks.

First of all, your laser cutting is fabulous. It’s enough to spoil you if you have to go back and build a traditional die-cut or even scratch built plane. Its true, you can actually frame up nearly the whole plane without a drop of glue. The supplied balsa is light and strong as it should be for this ship. The magnet wing hold down is simply genius, and makes battery swap outs painless and quick. Instructions are clear and concise, but once you build one Radical RC kit, you probably won’t need them much honestly. =)

The mini stick is running a Radical RC CDROM brushless motor (1000KV) on a Castle Creations Thunderbird 9 amp speed control, plugged into a Berg 4L receiver. I’m running 3S 800-1025mAh lipos in that little plane, and the performance is fantastic. The 1025mAh pack just BARELY fits in the fuselage, but once it’s in the air, the added weight isn’t very perceptible amazingly enough. With 3 high capacity packs like that, you can fly until your thumbs wear out! I’m no expert pilot or anything, but it’s an absolute riot to flog this little thing around the sky, and with its diminutive size, its opens up a lot of opportunities for new places to fly. The little outrunner swings a 7×6 prop, and it’s not outrageously fast, but it’s got straight up vertical, and will anxiously climb out from just about any attitude. 3 GWS Pico BB’s servos are a nice match for the control surfaces.

My next project might be another Mini Stick on the opposite end of the spectrum. A 12mm inrunner turning tiny props at super high RPMs for ‘blink-and-you’ll-lose-it’ supersonic speed. =)

All in all, I just had to say thanks for all your hard work and dedication to this hobby. I am blessed to be able to know you guys and do business with you.

P.S. I call dibs on the double-size Intern Trainer if they ever make it to production!”


September 2008


“Dave, I wanted to thank Chris for a great soldering job on my Nippy motor and Phoenix 10 speed control. I had originally taken the components to a local hobby shop to get the soldering done. I decided to back out and send them to you instead.

Thanks again.

Tom Steinhoff
Columbus, OH”

August 2004


“Dave, I finally got to fly the micro stick today, and the Python 30 with a 7-6 prop is a fantastic combination! The finished model weighs in at 4.5 oz and, once trimmed, flies like a dream. The first flight was a tad hairy for
the first few seconds, but the plane came home in one piece after about an hour in the air. Nice design, easy to assemble, plenty of room for the flight electronics and servos, and I plan to order the Mini Stick soon. Once I saw the article in RC Microflight, I definitely had the Micro Stick at the top of my list of planes to try this summer. The airborne package is:

GWS-R4P receiver
Phoenix-10 speed controller
Python 30 brushless motor (because I had it on hand…I bet your hand-wound converted disk drive motors would work just as well)
7-6 Prop
700 ma Kokam LiPo battery
HS-50 servos

The plane handles the added weight of the motor, speed
controller and battery just fine. Thanks for a really
good design…I would highly recommend this model to anyone
with some flying experience who wants a hot little plane
that’s a real blast to fly!

Pete Favolise”

August 2004