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    My fun little hurricane
  2. AircPirateNinsei

    AP Mini Argus (FT Power Pack A | swappable)

    Here I present you the little brother of Argus, the Mini Argus (prototype) with only 650 mm (25.59 in) wingspan. You will only need one sheet Flite Test Water-Resistant Foam Board By Adams (20 x 30 in) and a Flite Test Power Pack A (or compatible electronics) for the build. Since I only have...
  3. Aero_Knight

    FT Style Mini P-38/61 "Black Lightning"

    There is a post for future FT Plan Ideas and there was some discussion on the P-38 and I decided to jump in and do a design from scratch and it ended up being a bit more than what the original goal was. Thoughts, opinions, ideas are welcome while I finalize the design. Here is the result of a...
  4. macnerd77

    Advice: Need new plane

    I think I found my own answered the question below. The mini scout. Hey all, I currently have a ft mini mustang with a flitepack F and a 75C battery. I am looking for suggestions on a new mini plane. I would like one that flies slower and floats more in the wind. And can utilize my flite...
  5. jsportser

    MINI Foam Board Messerschmitt BF-109

    Here are some plans for a mini Bf-109. The plans aren't pretty, but, feel free to give it a whack. Here are some things you need to know to build it. For the top hatch peel the paper off the bottom side to help it bend. Then for the power pod just sink it in until the motor doesn't show, and...
  6. Dr. Looping Looie

    Mighty mini REDAQ a mini twin seaplane

    My second project for the holidays: This really smart saeplane. The Redaq 1.8 is not my own design, the original EPP version was designed by Dieter W. and is well known in the german seaplane flyer community, you can find it at almost every event. I want to build a mini foamboard version with FT...
  7. Dr. Looping Looie

    Mighty mini Bushwacker

    I love flying my E-flite Timber, especially in the snow, and after seeing the bushwhacker episode on Flite Test, I was fascinated about the small space they were flying in. And I really like the mighty mini setup and size. I dont know why nobody has come up with a smaller bushwacker yet, it...
  8. Michael763

    Mini Aeromaster (Like) Biplane

    Mini Aeromaster Inspired Biplane I have been a fan of Lou Andrews Aeromaster since I was a teen, circa late 1970s and early 1980s. Mine was built for me by my father, that was a great gift. It flew one with a Fox Eagle III on the nose. Now since I returned to RC flying a few years ago I just...
  9. L

    Mini flying wing

    Hi all, I was considering building an ultra micro flying wing and had a few questions. First off, how do you get an ESC that is not built into the receiver and does not cost 60$ like the one from HH. Second question, I saw that all the UMX motor use gearboxes, is this necessary? does it effect...
  10. C

    Mini Ducted Fan - Vought F7U Cutlass

    This aircraft was not such a great full size plane but maybe you could take it to the small scale and make it work? I was thinking this could evovle into a swappable motor pod with a mini ducted fan for other platforms? Or even a multi rotor ducted fan? Just thinking out loud here.......
  11. V

    Flite Test Builds: Add FPV?

    Hi everyone ;) ! I am looking to build a small aircraft that has some acrobatic possibilities and can carry a small fpv system like the Eachine TX03 (weighs about 6 grams). Which ft planes would carry it fine? In particular, would the mighty mini sportster, the mighty mini dr1 and/or se5 carry...
  12. K

    Hello from Colorful Colorado! I need your help....

    Hello all. A couple quick questions from a scratch build beginner. I am building the mini arrow. Running the f pack. I use a Spektrum DX6 transmitter. I'm going to scavenge some parts from a wrecked FPV quad I have. Here is my questions, 1. Will the runcam owl fit into the nose of the mini...
  13. S

    Two minis, one power pack

    My 9 year old (nearly 10) daughter is showing an interest in these planes, and I could use something a bit slower for casual flights in the tiny field behind our office. My Spear is just too fast for my skillset in such tight quarters at the moment. So, I'm thinking about putting together a...
  14. M

    Scaled down FT Explorer

    After some looking for FT planes to build, decided to build a FT Explorer, but considered builing in a smaller size, for example 60%. My question: will it fly with the Power Pack A? Would be awesome if it could.
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    mini servos and motor

    has anyone used a 24 gram motor and 9 gram servo's on the mini corsair or mustang . if so how'd it fly ?
  16. SpaceWalker1992

    backwards, upsidedown, and mirrored?

    today I maidened my FT arrow. (SPOILERS: I'm gonna have to rebuild it) and while walking out to the field, the whole time I was talking myself through how I would do a thorough pre-flight. I look at it and everything held well. this was going to be my first FPV experience, too, so add another 80...
  17. The Alpine Ace

    Brand New Power pack A Motor won't spin up? Causes?

    I recently bought a Mini Powerpack (A) to get my little brother flying with a Tiny trainer. We've connected the electronics and binded it to my DX6i. All the controls work but the motor wont spin up? The Throttle hold is not on and the lead to the receiver is in the correct orientation. There...
  18. S

    FT Mini Arrow v1.1 (expanded bay)

    Bay expanded by 8mm in width, if you have any questions please post below. PDF Files Attached, .dwg and .skp will be hosted externally links to follow.
  19. S

    My scratch built FT Arrow on 4s!! This is going to be big!

    Thank You Josh for this amazing plane! This is going to be big!! Absolutely the most fun I have had with a plane. Here we are at Cesar Chavez park Berkeley with some of the best pilots! Thanks again FT team and everyone else here!
  20. G

    My Mighty Mini Spitfire

    Hi Flitetesters. As this is my very first post here its probably a good idea to introduce myself. I'm Dave from Ireland. I've been building FT planes for a while now and I'm so thankful to the FT community for bringing me a whole new hobby. I really enjoy scratchbuilding to the point where...