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Wing Span: 122in
Wing Area: 6.42 ft
Wing Foil: M1783
Length : 75.7in
Tail : X - Tail
Config : Ailerons, Flaps, Elevator, Rudder
Weight : 78+ oz
Top 16 speeds for this airplane
1J. Grini220Beitostølen Dec 6 2007
2S. Deputy194Weldon Feb 21 2015
3D. Self193Weldon Apr 17 2015
4B. Brown182Weldon Apr 17 2015
5I. Frechette181Weldon May 26 2008
6D. Heaton179Weldon Apr 17 2015
7R. Gross153Weldon Aug 24 2008
8J. Buxton145Parker Oct 12 2008
9J. Zwart140Parker Nov 16 2008
10T. Medhurst138Monte Lema Jun 3 2009
11S. Lisenby137Weldon Aug 15 2008
12K. Seidenstricker134Weldon Aug 17 2008
13C. Dyksman131Eagle Mt Mar 11 2012
14S. Chaldecott124Weldon Jul 20 2008
15T. Vu122Weldon Jul 17 2008
16M. Muir120Weldon Jul 20 2008


Joe Wurts showing off his Crossfire



The Crossfire is distributed by SkipMillerModels.   Before it came into the spotlight, Skip was thrilled and excited to receive one of the first Crossfires hand delivered by none other than Philip Kolb in Cypress earlier that year.  He assembled, test flew, and enjoyed the broad range of F3B characteristics it demonstrated.  It is also very elegant in design.  The Crossfire is an amazing leap in production and technology making it possible for all pilots to own what only a few "team" members had access to in the past.  Typically this design performance was limited to very controlled teams in Europe.  If you were lucky to be a friend and a strong pilot, you might receive a competitive F3B model!  Designed by Stefan Eder and his design group in Germany, it was to become an "all around model for everyone.  Joe Wurts enjoyed the model as well; DS-ing it often in Parker, California as well as the World Championships that same year. It was blistering fast on the speed course, superb in distance, and much better in the 10 minute duration task than anticipated.  Optimized for launch, speed, and distance, that year the CROSSFIRE won the F3B world championship.

The model has exceptional fit and finish, and assembly is easy due to the construction and setup CD provided with the purchase of every model.

The Crossfire will satisfy all your needs in competition as well as recreational soaring.  In F3J, it has become the standard of ease flying in medium to high winds.  In F3F, it is a rocket if you take the time to learn its "yank and bank" characteristics.  In light DS-ing, it is just plain fun.  And in F3B...well, it's the World Champion...need I say more?