Alright FG'ers, chances are you've seen the FlyingGiants thread and you know the concept: the chicken stick is a safe and effective way to start those big gas (and little nitro) engines! Many a finger has been spared an ugly demise by using the chicken stick en lieu of a hand, and we'd like to help champion this product by giving some away!
FlyingGiants has partnered up with RCS Industries to give away five Rolling Chicken Sticks to our member base. Each Rolling Chicken Stick will be labeled with the FlyingGiants logo in any available color and size grip you want! What's the catch? Read below...
We want you to post a picture of the front of your gas or nitro plane that would benefit from a Rolling Chicken Stick. Pretty Simple, right? We only want to see the cowl/nose/prop area. The photo can be as simple or artsy and elaborate as you want it to be! After 3 weeks, we'll pick five photos to each receive a Rolling Chicken Stick, customized with the FG logo on it. Below is an idea of what we're after:
You can check out all the multiple grip styles and available colors at www.rollingchickenstick.com. And don't forget, these are made in the USA! Good luck!
From their website: The safest and best way to start your RC airplane engine. Works on the smallest Nitro engines to the giant gas engines. The unique feature of the ROLLING Chicken Stick. is, of course, the rolling action of the padded roller. The 1/8 inch vinyl covered roller keeps this starting stick from scratching and damaging the fine edge of your expensive prop. No more fibers lodged in your prop from dragging a paint roller across it. No more rings around your shiny new spinner from electric starters. And most importantly...No more risking broken fingers!
Last edited by Matt Gunn; 01-11-2017 at 10:34 AM..
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