The KK Spectre was Keil Kraft's top of the range control line stunter for 2.5 - 3.5cc (.15 - .20cu.in) diesel and glow-plug motors, designed by aero-modelling design genius, Dave Platt.
Has all the "modern" 1950's design features, such as asymmetric wing, coupled flaps and elevators, inverted engine, vacuum formed plastic cowling and outboard tip weight.
Beautiful stunt performance at an unhurried pace and capable of doing "The Book", in the hands of an expert stunt pilot, yet forgiving to the less experienced.
All parts are precision laser-cut, for accurate construction, which is surprisingly straightforward.
An exceptionally attractive model in classic 1930's racing style.
13 sheets of precision laser-cut parts
Vacuum formed upper and lower cowl
Bell crank assembly
2" semi-pneumatic wheels/tyres
NB. The model shown above was converted to radio control. It features lightening holes, coverings, servos, etc that are NOT INCLUDED in the kit we supply.
Thank you to David Prothero for providing the picture of his fabulous Spectre.