27 inch wing kits with or w/o motors- on SALE
The Frenzee is a 27 inch, lightweight, slow-to-fast-flying, "on-rails" type wing. The kit contains a Johnson (near-brushless) motor and GWS 4x4 props for power, giving it speeds in the high 50's mph. It is extremely stable and has long, smooth, well controlled glides. The cores are CNC precision-cut EPP foam in a kit with all other parts needed to complete the quick, very simple build (2 to 3 hours). You supply only glues, building tools and radio gear. A strong wing that takes a real pounding.
The Frenzee's flat "universal" type motor mount can also support a wide range of other motors to fly the Frenzee anywhere from a "floater" to a screamer", depending on the motor choice. ***one of the very best***
More about the kit- www.sylvanaircraft.com
Orig. kit price $35.00
Frenzee kit (complete)........................$31.00 (Plus S&H)
Frenzee kit w/o motor /props ...............$27.50 (Plus S&H)
NOTE: Mini EZ (pushrod) connectors available- iINQUIRE
(We have two types of brushless motors for this kit, also. INQUIRE)
Last edited by sylair; Apr 24, 2008 at 08:01 PM.
Trader Rating: 7
I am interested in 2 kits please send me info on the two different brushless motors you are selling to go with it and the cost on the connectors along with shipping cost for the two kits to 68463.
I look forward to seeing my kids flying these soon.
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