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Fusion wins 1st Place Best Sport Plane Award
at Mid-America Electric Meet '03

FUSION - Sorry! This kit is no longer in stock -
future availablity uncertain

Fusion Front Side

Fusion Logo

Click on the images above & below for a larger view of Fusion

Fusion Rear Side

Fusion Top View

Fusion Ready to Cover

Fusion Fuse Hatch & Tail Parts

Fusion Front and Motor

Fusion Battery Hatch

Fusion Taking Off

Fusion Slow Rolling

We are proud to introduce our first kit, FUSION, a 400-600 watt sport aerobatic electric-powered R/C aircraft. This airplane has been in development and testing for 2 years.


Wing Span: 57.5”
Wing Area: 569 sq. in.
Length: 43.3

Recommended Equipment

4 Channel Radio/Transmitter
Hitec Supreme Super Slim Receiver
4 Hitec HS-85BB Servos
600AE Receiver Pack
2 Rolls of Iron-on Covering

Just Some of the Possible Motor/Battery Combinations

Phasor 45/3 Brushless Direct Drive Motor
Cells: 16 1700 mAh NiCads • Amps: 27 • Watts: 475
Weight: 79 oz. • Wing Loading: 20 oz. per sq. ft.
Watts/Lb.: 96 • Prop: APC 10" x 7" Electric at 11,500 RPM
Estimated Thrust: 71 oz. • Fast

Phasor 45/3 Brushless Direct Drive Motor
Cells: 16 2400 mAh NiCads • Amps: 38 • Watts: 660
Weight: 89 oz. • Wing Loading: 22 oz. per sq. ft.
Watts/Lb.: 118 • Prop: APC 12" x 6" Electric at 11,000 RPM
Estimated Thrust: 90 oz. • 1:1 Weight to Thrust Ratio

Astro .050 Brushless Geared Motor
Cells: 3S4P 1500 mAh LiPo • Amps: 40 • Watts: 396
Weight: 63 oz. • Wing Loading: 16 oz. per sq. ft
Watts/Lb.: 100 • Prop: APC 14" x 7" Electric at 7,000 RPM
Estimated Thrust: 96 oz. • Unlimited Verticals

Astro .25 Cobalt Geared Motor
Cells: 16 2400 mAh NiCads • Amps: 33 • Watts: 581
Weight: 92 oz. • Wing Loading: 23.3 oz. per sq. ft
Watts/Lb.: 101 • Prop: APC 11" x 8.5" Electric at 7,500 RPM
Estimated Thrust: 60 oz. • Least Expensive Option

The Fusion Design

Fusion is an original kit designed for experienced modelers with an interest in electric-powered airplane models capable of aerobatics and sport flying. Designed from the beginning to be an electric-powered airplane (rather than an adaptation of a fuel-powered design), the Fusion uses strong, lightweight design and construction for improved flight performance and duration. Fusion is capable of a wide range of aerobatics including large, powerful loops, slow rolls, snaps, and big stall turns. Its thin, nearly symmetrical, progressive airfoil allows for a wide speed range.

The Fusion kit was designed to use any one of the motors listed above. The adjustable firewall allows the builder to adapt other motors. Battery changes are easy. No tools are required and it is not necessary to turn the airplane over or remove the wing to access the batteries.

Fusion’s large size for an electric model and well-balanced controls allow it to fly majestically, smoothly, and predictably in the hands of an experienced R/C pilot. Fusion is not neutrally stable or self-correcting like a R/C trainer, therefore it is not appropriate for beginning pilots.

This kit, intended for the experienced model builder, contains laser cut parts for exceptional fit, quality, and ease of construction. The Fusion plans, drawn with the aid of a computer using professional design software, are a work of art, setting a new standard in kit design. The kit includes laser-cut balsa and lite-ply parts, cowl, full-size plans, a step-by-step instruction manual (with over 100 photos), polished aluminum main landing gear, and a clear streamlined canopy. Fusion's one-piece molded cowl will save you hours of construction time over the more traditional multi-piece cowls.

Fusion sells for $
Sorry kit is out of stock

Fusion Instruction Book Fusion Plans

Click on the images above to download a PDF file of the 36 page Fusion Instruction Manual (6MB) or the Fusion 2 Plan Sheets (1.2MB).