Classes are important for the following reasons:
- They level the playing field so one pilot doesn’t have an advantage over another by using more powerful equipment. This allows the pilot’s skill to win the race, not their equipment.
- Aircraft builds can be planned with confidence that they will be accepted into competition.
- To ensure radio equipment is compatible with fellow pilot’s equipment as to not cause interference.
These are only guidelines or suggestions for chapters to get started. These are not compulsory.
Props must be fully surrounded by covers or ducts.
|No Limit||31mm Max||35g Max||1 cell Lipo Max||25mW Max|
|MICRO||No Limit||66mm Max||150g Max||2 cell Lipo Max||200mW Max|
|3S||305mm Max||6” (152mm) Max||800g Max||3 cell Lipo Max||250mw Max|
|4S||305mm Max||6” (152mm) Max||800g Max||4 cell Lipo Max||250mW Max|
|OPEN||No Limit||No Limit||800g Max||No Limit||250mW Max|
|361 sq in (19”x19” – 483mm x 483mm)|
|MICRO||6.25 sq ft (30″x30″ – 762mm x 762mm)|
|2017 3S||25 sq ft (5’x5’ – 1.52m x 1.52m)||PVC & Vinyl Mesh|
|2017 4S||25 sq ft (5’x5’ – 1.52m x 1.52m)||PVC & Vinyl Mesh|
|2018 OPEN||25 sq ft (5’x5’ – 1.52m x 1.52m)||PVC & Vinyl Mesh|