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  1. Flyingshark

    Plane Mighty Mini FT Flyer 1.8

    This is a Mighty Mini-sized (19.5 inch wingspan) version of the FliteTest FT Flyer. It's a three-channel plane, with just throttle, elevator, and rudder control. It will fit on one sheet of foam, and it's simple to build. If you get lost, you could try watching the build video for the full-size...
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  8. Flyingshark

    Mighty Mini VariViggen

    I've been working on this project in bits and pieces since last spring, so I thought it was finally time to make some plans and build a prototype. For those of you who don't know, the VariViggen was Burt Rutan's first homebuilt design, so it's basically the parent of the VariEze and LongEz...
  9. whackflyer

    Plane Dominator KFm3 Flying Wing 1.0

    This is the Dominator, a simple build aimed to be a direct competitor to the FT Arrow, but easier to build. The KFm wing is very easy to assemble and the airframe is extremely tough, meaning it's a good plane for a beginner, or just a good first wing. It will fly on the A/F pack or equivalent...
  10. FoamyDM

    Plane Foamy Hexy 1.0

    After I found this plan on www.outerzone.co.uk and Though... This little guy would be a great back yard flyer. After sitting down for a short minute I put together Foam Board plans. Specifications: This is a ~18" wing span A-pack flyer, (1806) with a 5x3 prop It uses 2-5g servos in s V-tail...
  11. K

    Would an FT Bloody Baron fly with the A pack?

    Hey, I'm fairly new to the hobby, only built 3 planes before and I wanted to try the Bloody Baron but I dont want to have to buy more electronics right now. Does anyone know if the Bloody Baron will fly at all with an A pack? I know its able to do quite a bit of acrobatics with the B and C pack...