Flight Performance: Just like any other airplane in your arsenal, simply apply throttle and pull back on the elevator once the car is up to speed. Fly the car slow to show it’s sponsors with little fear of stalling. At high speeds the Indy Car tracks like it’s on rails. With the elevons, virtually any aerobatic maneuver is possible.
Building: The Indy Sport is easy to build, even for people that don’t do much building. The design is straight forward and only requires simple hobby tools and glues. A complete fully illustrated instruction manual guides you step by step through the building process. We recommend this kit to anyone who wants a different looking, easy to fly plane. Building is a weekends work and can be finished with your choice of covering and paints. The kit can be built and ready to fly in less time than many ARF’s!
Included with Kit: Laser cut coroplast car parts, balsa and lite ply. CNC cut foam wing core, spoiler and elevons. Fully illustrated step by step instruction manual. Full hardware kit (landing gear, screws, bolts, nuts, fittings, control horns, wheel collars, etc…)
Conclusions: With a few in the sky at the same time and a good announcer on the mic, you can duplicate those popular Sunday races from Daytona. Some club members are also using Indy Sport Cars for combat. With the Indy Sport Cars sleek looks and sharp lines, it will redefine the meaning of aerial racing.
Required to Complete: 4 channel radio controller (with elevon or “V” tail mixing), engine (40-61 two stroke or .45-.72 four stroke), fuel tank, pushrods, wheels, prop, covering material, glues, and basic hobby tools.