All the Aircore planes use this "Aircore Power Core" which easily snaps in and out of each Aircore plane. The "power core" contains the Motor, ESC, servos, push rods, and receiver. The receiver uses the open source SLT protocol which means it will work with any Tactic radio, Hitec Aurora 9X, Hitec Flash, or any Spektrum, Futaba, or Hitec radio with an AnyLink Module. The "power core" is magnetic and the push rods are magnetic which means everything easily links up and snaps right into plane. It takes 30 seconds to swap the Power Core from one Aircore plane to another. You may own 10 Aircore planes and only need one power core. Each plane in the series uses the same prop making swaps even more simple.
NOTE: For optimum signal reception, gently pull the antenna by hand from the clear wrap so it is free and away from the receiver.
Posted by Carl on 17th Jun 2014
Got this with the whole setup for the Aircore planes along with three of the models too. the only bad thing I found with these is that on a hard nose crash, the plastic piece that the prop clips into will bend the tabs on it and vibrate really bad on start up again. Easily fixed with some patients and an eye for getting them back in line again. Good power from the motor and everything snaps from plane to plane with no adjustments to the servo throws. A little pricy in my book but then again you get everything in one small package to use in the different air frames for this series. would recommend this set to fly quickly with anytime the wind is out of the picture.
Posted by Loki255 on 15th May 2014
An essential part of the AirCore system for flying. Lock it in and plug in the battery and your ready to go.
Posted by Joseph DeLuca on 18th Jan 2014
There are too many hind cost in vesting into your product. I found that I was in need of a battery charger, need AA batteries, for the power unit. I was understood that the unit was ready to go.