RCF 20" EPP Step One BABY

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Step One BABY
  • RCF 20" EPP Step One BABY
  • RCF 20" EPP Step One BABY
  • RCF 20" EPP Step One BABY


The Step One BABY model was designed by Jan Sedláček, especially for beginners of RC flying, but also for the entertainment of the more experienced pilots.
Baby Step One is powered by only two DC motors, so construction is very quick and easy. Even with its small dimensions, the model is fold-able, so you can take it everywhere with you and you didn't miss it on any trip.
The baby is controlled by dual motors.  The equipment is suitable for any RC kit. One of the variants is also by connecting the motors to the control board from a small drone for home flying. This variant is also very interesting if you have a non-functioning drone at home - so this variant was very popular solution for Jan Votava.
Step One BABY is an ideal partner for quiet evenings, in the group of experienced modellers and for complete beginners too.

Key Features

  • Wingspan: 500mm
  • Length: 415mm
  • AUW: 35-40g
  • 2x 6/17 brushed motor
  • 2x 1A ESC
  • 2x 30-35mm propellers
  • 1s 180-350mAh

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Required Electronics & other gear:

  • 2x 1A Brushed ESC
  • 2x 37 mm props
  • 2 x 6x17mm Brushed Motors w/ .8mm shaft
  • Servo Cable wire
  • Micro Receiver
  • Radio
  • Glue

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    Baby step one

    Posted by Gerard Weaver on Nov 8th 2021

    I found the wing assembly not strong enough to support the motors, I added carbon fiber on the leading and trailing edges of the wing and that worked good, I got the Flite Test FT STEM EZ-Power Pack 2 Channel and that worked excellent, just make sure you mount the board with the led down and power wire going forward, just look at one of their builds

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