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2.4 conversions now compatible with Futaba FASST or JR/Spektrum - DSM2/DSMX
Vintage Radio Restoration
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AMA Fun Fly, Muncie IN, June 23-25 2023
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First Photo - One day at the Office
Photo 2 - Model Airplane News Feb 1968, Phil Kraft and his Kwik Fli.
Photo 3,4 - Scratch built Kwik Fli MKIII. Electric powered with a Cobra 3525 motor. Flown with a 1967 Kraft transmitter converted to 2.4
Photo 5 - Heathkit Transmitters, converted to 2.4 with new batteries, ready to fly.
Photo 6 - ProLine transmitters converted to 2.4 with new batteries, ready to fly.
Photos 7 -8 - Kraft Signature Series Transmitters with 2.4 modules, ready to fly.
Photos 9 - 12 - Scratch built Kwik Fli MKIII. Electric powered, the glow motors are dummy. Flown with Kraft radios converted to 2.4. Blue airplane has Kraft retracts with sequencing gear doors.
Photos 13 - 16 - Playboy flown with a 1960's reed radio. This 67" wing span model is powered by a Eflite 10 electric motor. Note the 6 reeds in the 1960's Controlaire reed radio.
Photo 17 - Reed Emulator
Photos 18, 19 - 1960's Min-X Galloping Ghost RC system.
Photos 20 - 22 - Top Flite DC-3 with Robert retracts. This 83" wing span model is powered by 2 Eflite 15 electric motors.
Photos 23 - 26 - Seagull Cessna Skymaster with a set of home made retracts and sequencing gear doors. The 77" wing span model is powered by 2 Eflite 15 electric motors.
Photos 27 - 29 - Giant "Stein Adler" Aerotow Glider. 25 foot wing span, weight 70 lbs. 4 channel plus airbrakes and tow release.
Last 3 photos - Hobie Hawk with Kraft 2.4 brick.