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    autogyro kits

    looking to get into autogyro,,,,,,would like to build from kit,,,,,,,,,are there any co.s that have kits,,,,,,,,,,,,,,all the ones i have looked at say sold out some 2 to 4 yrs ago..............thanks for help

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    Learning to fly is my dream... crashing and replacing parts is my nightmare.

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    RE: autogyro kits

    -I think that link takes you to the auto gyro plans, this one takes you to the kits:
    http://www.aerobalsa.com/agkits.php
    -Another option is the "Twirl", a twin rotor beginners kit I built. It is easy to fly and probably a good place to start:
    http://www.lightflite.com/ (you have to scroll down the page to find it)
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    RE: autogyro kits

    Autogyro kits like the PT 25 can be obtained from www.flyingbalsa.com
    Some have looked at aerobalsa.com and found out they are out of BLADES which they manufacture. Not Autogyro kits.

    Jim

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    RE: autogyro kits

    If you are looking for something scale I just bought a short kit for the Pitcairn PCA-2 from Whirlybirdaviation.com, they have the plans as well. There are a couple bulid threads on RCGroups. Very nice lazer cut parts, plans and they have some additional accessories to help the build.

    I recently bought and built the PT-25 kit. It is a great kit with almost everything you need to build the autogyro except a fuel tank and the electronics!

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    Tim, AMA 612200
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