1. BenH

    What swappable plane should I build next?

    I am looking to build a new RC airplane, preferably a Flite Test Swappable plane. I have built both the 4 channel Mighty Mini Tiny Trainer, and the FT Nutball. I feel very comfortable flying both of them, and I’d like to progress to another Swappable plane since I’m limited on electronics. I...
  2. B

    FT Mighty Mini Old Fogey

    Surprised this little plane isn't getting any chatter about it. Starting this thread since I'm going to be building one over the next few days. Hopefully others will chime in as well.
  3. SP0NZ

    Plane Ugly Wonder 1.0

    Ugly Wonder Design By: Dan Sponholz Plans By: Dan Sponholz Desciption The Ugly Wonder is another variation of the FT Bloody Wonder. If you have read the build thread or the article for the Bloody Wonder MkIII, you probably already know that I'm a huge Bloody Wonder fan. I have built, flown...
  4. SP0NZ

    Plane Bloody Wonder MkIII 1.3

    Bloody Wonder MkIII Design By: Dan Sponholz Plans By: Dan Sponholz (based on original design by Josh Bixler) BACKGROUND The FT Bloody Wonder was the first plane I really learned to fly RC on. It was not my first plane, but it was the first plane I had success with. For that reason it will...
  5. SP0NZ

    Part Standard Swappable Firewall 3.0

    Standard Swappable Firewall STL Designed By: Dan Sponholz 3D printed firewall for use with the most Flite Test Swappable series models. This firewall is designed to be used with the FT Power Pack B and Power Pack C motors. It will also support any motor with a 16mm x 19mm bolt circle for...
  6. SP0NZ

    Part Standard Control Horn 2.0

    Standard Control Horn STL Designed By: Dan Sponholz 3D printed control horn for use on most standard/swappable-sized FT models. New updated design for 2022. Print Settings: Material: PLA+ (eSun) Layer Height: 0.20mm Supports: None Rafts: None Infill: 20% Grid Perimeters: 2...
  7. floatyflyer

    FT Mustang Build

    Just finished scratch building this mustang from DTFB and tried painting foam board for the first time! I just applied spray paint straight on the foam board and hand cut the vinyl decals. I’m very happy with how it turned out! The vinyl doesn’t seem to stick great on the paint but it hasn’t...
  8. Scotto

    Plane Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk 3.1

    3 sheets foamboard 7 sheets 60# paper or something similar wood for spar ~11in" long or more skewers and various little wooden stirring sticks 1/16 and 3/32 wire for gear Build This is my first design. I've have not yet built a master series, so I'm coming at this with a little different...
  9. flitetest

    Plane FT Guinea Pig 1.1

    FT Guinea Pig Designed By: Peter Sripol Plans By: Dan Sponholz Description: The Flite Test Guinea Pig is the perfect platform to carry out the craziest experiments in the air. While it can carry a hefty payload, which can be dropped out the rear hatch, it can also be set up to carry out...
  10. 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...
  11. Tench745

    Plane McB Racer Version 3

    These are the third iteration of plans for a race-styled plane I designed to test the capabilities of my Taranis radio using electronics I already had. As such, it is designed to use the 1100kv HobbyKing Donkey motor and 5g servos. It is a 6 channel plane using one channel each for throttle...
  12. TommyTucker

    How to transfer designs from paper to foam?

    ‪I am scratch building the simple cub currently - my first ever scratch build. I am using the free online plans which I have printed on A4 and taped together. Any tips on how to transfer the plans onto the foam to cut out?‬
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    FT Bloody Baron build
  14. flitetest

    Plane FT Racer 1.1

    FT Racer Design By: David Windestål Plans By: Dan Sponholz Description: The Flite Test Racer is inspired by modern day air racers and has a lot of the same characteristics as the planes it was designed after. This plane is a fast, crisp, precise and locked in machine that cuts through the...
  15. fliteadmin

    Plane FliteTest Nutball (demo post) 2018-04-24

    [Resource Demo Post] The FT Nutball is an extremely easy to build air frame designed specifically for our 'swappable fuselage' series (airplanes with a swappable powerpod). Click the download button to get the plans! 3D Preview Specs Weight without battery - 7.5 oz (212 grams) Wingspan -...
  16. SP0NZ

    Plane XF Bloody Brit 1.0

    The XF Bloody Brit is a 3 or 4 channel foam board model aircraft designed for streamer or full-contact combat. It also makes a great all around park/sport flyer. It can be powered with either the Flite Test B or C Power Packs.
  17. Air-headed Aviator

    Tail Sitter VTOL - C.9 Maelstrom (original design)

    I've been looking for the time and chance for long time to design and build a XFY Pogo like airplane, and now I have it! The goal is simple, build a plane that can take off from its tail and land on its tail....okay, maybe not SIMPLE, but I ma do it. I actually already have a design to try out...
  18. SP0NZ

    *Unofficial* FT Simple Cub

    FT Simple Cub Description: Thank you for choosing the FT Simple Cub as your next FT project. Our passion at FliteTest is to introduce this great hobby to as many people as possible. It is also to make that journey as fun as possible. This design focuses on both of these goals more than...
  19. ReinventingTheWing

    New Noob, Any Tips?

    Hey I'm about build the FT Explorer, and the swappable pack both flown with the Dx6 Transmitter. If anyone here has built the FT explorer or swappable pack I would love to know any tips from you guys, and am still very interested in tips from anyone else who has some experience.
  20. S

    Bloody Wonder vs Bloody Wonder MKIII?

    What, exactly, are the differences between these two models? Can the BW build video still be used to build the BW MKIII? Which is the better plane in your opinion? Thanks!