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Video: Fly RC the Easy Way with the AirCore Modular Aircraft System

Once modelers find out how easy (and affordable) it is to fly RC with the Aircore System, they don’t want to go back!  With the purchase of one airframe and the Power Core, a pilot is all set – and free to choose from a wide variety of airframes that can all use the same Power Core. The Power Core contains a brushless motor, brushless ESC, Tactic SLT receiver and 3 digital ultra-micro servos. A pilot can easily remove the Power Core and install it in another AirCore aircraft; it self-aligns and locks into place with magnets-no tools necessary!  The video below gives a brief and yet somewhat comprehensive overview:


Principle:
Wingspan: 22 in (560 mm)
Length: 17.8 in (452 mm)
Weight: 3.4 oz (96 g)

P-51 Cathy II and Miss America:
Wingspan: 22 in (560 mm)
Length: 19 in (485 mm)
Weight: 4.1 oz (116 g)

Me 109:
Wingspan: 22 in (560 mm)
Length: 20 in (510 mm)
Weight: 4.0 oz (113 g)

FW 190:
Wingspan: 22 in (560 mm)
Length: 18.5 in (470 mm)
Weight: 4.3 oz (122 g)

Spitfire:
Wingspan: 22 in (560 mm)
Length: 18.1 in (457 mm)
Weight: 4.1 oz (116 g)

Zero (white):
Wingspan: 21.5 in (545 mm)
Length: 1735 in (444 mm)
Weight: 5.4 oz (155 g)

Zero (green):
Wingspan: 21.5 in (545 mm)
Length: 1735 in (444 mm)
Weight: 5.4 oz (155 g)

Flyzone AirCore Modular Aircraft System

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