1910 Farman Standard Biplane / Bristol Boxkite
The Boxkite is probably one of the most successful "pioneer" aircraft of the era.
The airplane set both endurance and altitude records in 1911, and was also among
the first of the early airplanes to incorporate ailerons on both wings.
The model spans 36" and is powered by a 4:1 IPS drive on 2, 700 Lipoly cells.
Guidance is 4 ch. R/C, featuring coupled elevator and canard, ailerons, and coupled
twin rudders so that the system can operate efficiently using only 3 servos.
The Short Kit contains detailed plans and Laser Cut wood parts.
You can order the Short Kit here: Price: $56.95