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  1. Mid7night

    Part Super Murder Hornet - Laser Cut Motor Mount v1

    This is a DXF file that you can use to laser or otherwise CNC cut motor mounts for my Super Murder Hornet! The gaps are designed around using 1/10" or 2.5mm thick wood.
  2. Mid7night

    Part Super Murder Hornet - Printed Motor Mount v1

    This is a simple set of flat parts that you can print to make a motor mount for my "SMH". You'll need two mounts for the plane total.
  3. Mid7night

    Plane Super Murder Hornet! v1

    It's small. It's fast. Have fun!
  4. Mid7night

    Plane XF-18 Super Hornet - Twin 70mm EDF Jet --

    Wingspan: 41" Length: 59" Power: Twin 70mm EDF (up to 74mm), 4S-6S Control: All-moving Stabilators or Elevons, and (optional) ailerons More details in build thread: https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?threads/xf-18-super-hornet-twin-70mm-edf-jet-build-pics-plans.62771/
  5. Mid7night

    XF-18 Super Hornet - Twin 70mm EDF Jet - Build Pics & Plans

    FINALLY! I know many have been asking for these plans for a while, and now I've finally got the plans finished (enough) and enough build pics that I think it's time to release them to the wild. First, here are the jet's specs: Wingspan: 41" Length: 59" Power: Twin 70mm EDF (up to 74mm)...
  6. Wingman04

    Mustang or Hornet?

    I have been wanting to get a scale warbird for a while now. Now I have the option to either get a Force RC 1.1m Mustang, or a Force RC F-18. My problem is that my landing strip is less than ideal. Between the dirtbikes and tractors, my yard is really rough by most lawn standards. I am afraid...
  7. HilldaFlyer

    Community Build F/A-18 Super Hornet 2B the FT-18 when completed

    Hello all FT Scratch Builders. I would like to start this thread to complete a community build of the F/A-18 Super Hornet. There are lots of foamy designs out there, but I would like to have one for FT. The goals of this build will be Use simple build designs familiar to FT for beginner...