SportyRC – Plans


SportyRC full size plans are delivered, printed 1:1 (full scale), on premium white engineering bond (34×44 in. – fan folded).  See the full product description, below, to learn more about the SportyRC.  Your purchase of this original plan set helps directly offset the cost of Balsa Builder Magazine in bringing fine model designs to the aeromodeling community.  Thank you for your support!

Issue: July 2015 BalsaBuilder Magazine

Size: 34×44

Printed in Colorado U.S.A.

Delivery Options

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Additional Details

The SportyRC was designed with speed of assembly and builder success in mind.  The Sporty RC makes an ideal first scratch build model thanks to the simple geometric parts design, thoughtful plans, and construction method.  If you’ve never given building from scratch a try, you will be successful with this quick building park flyer.

[quote]The Sporty RC make an ideal first scratch build[/quote]

Designed as a part of our introductory building with balsa wood workshop series, the SportyRC is well suited to the budding plans/scratch builder.  Build this delightful 3 channel sport/trainer that’s as much fun to fly as it is to construct. Build it!


SportyRC Plans are printed 1:1 (full scale) on premium white engineering bond (34×44 in. – fan folded)

[box]Model Specifications:
Span: 37 in.
Area: 240 sq. in.
Length: 24 in.
Average Flying Weight: 14 oz.
Control: 3 channel (RET)

Motor: SA Sport, Park B400 (1400KV)
Speed Control: SA Sport, 30AESC
Propeller: APC 8×4.7 SF
Battery: 7.4V 1100mAh LiPo (25C)
Servos: 2 each, Hitec HS-55

As featured in the July 2015 issue of Balsa Builder Magazine!

Need the laser-cut parts as well?  A SportyRC short kit, is available as well, precisely laser-cut and clearly labeled to aid in assembly of this model.

Click Here for the Sporty RC Laser-Cut Parts.


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